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Helmets and Mouth Guards, Now Tattoos -- Oh My!

So Strollerderby blogger KJ won’t take the “Moms for Mouth Guards” pledge and she’s sick of helmets, too. But every mom has a weak spot when it comes to ensuring her kids survive to adulthood. Perhaps, KJ, you’d be interested in SafetyTats? (No packing of bags necessary!)

SafetyTats leverage the child-abduction paranoia in every mom with our children’s love of body art.

Prettier than your cellphone number scribbled in Sharpie (and not as taxing as teaching your 7-year-old his phone number?), the SafetyTat looks as clean as a fresh Band-Aid and advertises that you’re a mom who cares.

You can buy 24 for 20 bucks. Or, you know, use a Sharpie. (They make ones for allergies, too.)

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