I was shopping today and I saw something that I cannot believe continues. A little girl was wondering in a GIANT store. I was in the mall at the MAC makeup counter ( new lip glass colors are out) when a little girls sat down next to me.  The makeup artist thought she was mine. I had no clue who she was but I knew she was too far away from her mother.  In a split second this mother's world could have changed, this little girl could have been taken. 

Mothers, aunts, grandmothers when shopping be mindful, children are trusting and do not have the ability to make good decisions.  Thankfully, this story has a happy ending. Just keep your kids safe when shopping.

Dr. Stefanie

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