Mom Shares Genius Hack for Keeping Track of Her Kids While at Disney World

If you’re going to Disney World soon, you may want to check out this mom’s genius hack for keeping track of your kids while at the park. The mother of two, Chelsea Wallace, went on to claim that AppleAir Tags were her secret weapon when it comes to keeping her kids safe at Disney.

Mom Shares Genius Hack for Keeping Track of Her Kids While at Disney World

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Wallace goes on to share how she plans to put the tags into watch bands — joking how they are too old for leashes and this is the next best option.

Her husband then proceeds to jokingly call her a “nut job,” and she asks viewers if she is in fact, crazy, on a scale of 1 to 10.

Fans and followers were quick to respond, with one user saying: “you’re really smart for doing that if I was a mom I would do the same exact thing.”

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While another chimed in, urging: “It’s a great idea! Technology is there – USE IT.”

Followed by: “You’re being over protective I would do the same.”

As well as: “I wouldn’t put them in the bands. Somewhere inconspicuous so if they were to be taken you could locate them before they disposed of the bracelet.”

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If you’re not sure what Apple AirTags are, they are ” a super easy way to keep track of your stuff. Attach one to your keys. Put another in your backpack. And just like that, they’re on your radar in the Find My app, where you can also track down your Apple devices and keep up with friends and family.”

And if the AirTag is close (within 18 feet, apparently) and using Precision Finding, “you‘ll see the distance to your AirTag and the direction to head in.”

Since its evolution, the AirTag has been a controversial piece of technology — as it is most often used for unwanted tracking, leading many to question its safety standards.

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