Yesterday we went to the much anticipated Brazil vs. Argentina soccer match the the Meadowlands in NJ. It was an absolute mad house–granted a really exciting one. As we penetrated the stadium stampede, and I lost hold of my five-year-old for a split second, I realized we’ve never discussed the “If you get lost in a great big stadium” scenario, as we don’t attend many sporting events. When we got to our seats, I pulled out a pen, wrote my cell phone number on his arm, and told him if he got lost that he should ask a grownup, preferably a mom, to call my cell. On the ride home, we practiced reciting my and my husband’s cell phone numbers. I realized they both had our home number committed to memory, but what good does that do these days? This on-the-arm idea is good especially for littler kids or for when you have other kids under your charge, who won’t know your number by heart. Does anyone have other ideas for this?