Remember Your Passengers

It is a hot summer day. Kim wakes up late. She takes a quick shower and gets dressed. She grabs the bills that need to be mailed. She is rushing to get to work on time and is thinking about many things.

 

Kim puts her baby in the car. The baby falls asleep while Kim drives to work. Kim parks and gets out of the car. She locks the car doors and glances in the backseat. Her baby is still there! She forgot to bring her baby to day care!

Kim thinks of a news story she saw on TV. It was about a father who forgot to bring his baby to day care. He went to work and forgot his baby boy was in the car. The baby was in the hot car all day. He died from the heat.

Kim is glad that she saw her baby in the backseat. She gets back in her car and takes her baby to day care. Her baby is safe. Kim reminds herself to slow down and think about what she is doing.

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