So thankful to have such great neighbors and friends-- plenty of emergency contacts.
I have my husband's name in my phone as Emergency (in addition to a regular listing) in case I'm ever in an accident and unconscious or something. For some reason, his number defaults to that display name though, so every time he texts or calls me it shows up as "Emergency". This freaks me out way more often than it probably should.
Have you ever had an elf-mergency?
I don't mean like when he forgot to fly home for the night, and was still in the same place the next morning, because that's pretty standard practice. I mean something not easily explainable or easy to recover from.
There was an emergency drill while I was volunteering at school today. Terrifying. Truly-- really eery. The kindergarteners in the Holiday Shop classroom did really well, but 5 minutes is a really long time.
In Case of Emergency
Are you prepared for an emergency?
Add Poison Control to your phone (1-800-222-1222); save an ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact into your phone; and keep a small card on/under your child's car seat with important info (last name, contact number, allergies, birthday) in case you're unable to speak to emergency responders.
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