I think back to one specific day in High School when I was riding down the road with a good friend Chelsa and came across a little boy maybe about the about the age 2 sitting on the curb of the street when I told my friend Chelsa to pull over that he was going to get hit by a car if he took one more step at the wrong time. I got out of the car, went over sat next to him so he would not be scared of me and kindly asked him what he was doing, he was looking down at his hands playing with something. I was not sure what he had in his hand until I asked him if he could show me where he lived. I could no believe this little boy who i’m sure had no idea what I was saying and who could not talk back or at least what I could understand. But when I took his hand I relized that he was sitting down playing with a dead bird. “gross right” He took me to his yard, I knocked on the door and when the mom answered she looked at me like “what are you doing with my son?” I told her the he was on the side of the road 3 or 4 houses down and I did not want him to get hit by a car. She had no idea that he was even out of the house or how he got out. I just looked at her and said have a good day, she shut the door in my face ” how rude right” I just went back to the car in amazement and I remember telling Chelsa how do you not know when your child was missing?
Anyway the first time he got out I thank God I was keeping a close eye on him because he just took of running, I did not even know he could open a door at that time. Then came the door locks, I never shut the door without those locks on the door. But, what if I find myself in this situation where my child is locked inside by mistake and I have no idea where the keys are, what would I do then? Maybe I could look for options like flatratelocknkey-atlanta.com or similar ones to find a professional locksmith so that they can arrive quickly and open the door. Trust me guys, in situations this critical, you do not have any time to spare. You never know what the mischievous kids can do, when on their own. Thus, rushing to the nearest local locksmith to get the door open remains the best solution, so that what you thought of as a safety precaution doesn’t end up harming your kid.