This fake Disney tattoo could save your child’s life at the park this summer

A TikTok mom is helping parents everywhere keep their kids safe — all thanks to a brilliant tattoo!

Mom and Disney fan @disneymommagic posted her safety hack entitled, “How to not lose a kid at Disney,” and parents think it’s absolutely genius!

In the video, we see @disneymommagic‘s little girl sitting in the park, showing off her temporary tattoo-bedazzled arm.

The temporary tattoos, credited to @ittybitsdesigns, not only feature fun Disney icons but also text that reads, “If lost, please call…” with a custom line for parents’ phone numbers.

Unlike markers, which can rub off during a fun-filled, sweaty day at the park, this phone number tattoo is sure to last. According to the shop owner, her tattoos can only be removed with soap and water or alcohol — and they’re known to survive 12-hour days at water parks.

But it’s not just phone numbers that these tattoos can display. “Phone, email, cruise cabin or hotel room, teacher, school, classroom, medical info, allergies. They can be customized to your needs,” the shop explains.

For parents worried about losing track of their kids this summer — especially if their little ones are too young to memorize their phone numbers — this tattoo might be a lifesaver!

‘Such a good idea!’

Parents ran to @disneymommagic‘s comments to praise the idea.

“This is actually extremely smart,” one user wrote.

“Such a good idea!” another user commented.

Even non-parents loved the idea! “I don’t have kids, but holy s***, this is so smart,” one colorful user wrote.

“We ordered something like this,” one parent chimed in. “My little is too small to know ‘go to a cast member,’ so this will help.”

With parks and attractions reopening this summer, many families are sure to plan exciting trips with their little ones — and this temporary tattoo idea can be a huge anxiety reliever!

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