Abbiedownunder wrote:I don't know in America, but in Australia nearly every house, not all, but nearly all, have fencing front, sides and back. The thought that those girls were out there exposed to anyone walking by when the trampoline needed fixing, and they were on their own, just sends shivers down my spine. Bison only came out after they had been out there for a while.
Anyone can see them in their pool and would know their are 4 little girls living there. There was a little boy taken from his front yard here in Oz a few years ago, gone in seconds. It could happen so easily. But we all know that they are immune to anything unpleasant, dangerous and would prefer to bury their heads in the sand.
I just hope to god nothing happens to those little ones.
THIS!!!! There are so many bad people in the world. All it takes is a moment. And we’re talking about people who weren’t blogging their every day life & every single part of their home. I’m not saying to live with a spirit of fear, but for goodness sake a little precaution & awareness of surroundings wouldn’t hurt.
I’m not familiar with Utah laws, but I would assume they have rules like most states on child supervision? 3 is too little for unsupervised outdoor play, especially with no fencing.
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