You should take him outside when he's asleep and lock him in there just once, so he can practice using it in an emergency.It's nice to have - I showed it to my son (4-1/2 years old) and explained what it was and how it works.
Hopefully he will never need to use it.
Or me, come to think of it...
Not if you're standing right there, silly. Besides, by that definition, as a child my mother "endangered" me by letting me touch a lightbulb to find out what hot was, and my father "endangered" me by letting me take a drag on his cigarette so I would learn why smoking was bad. But of course, it wasn't "endangerment" for my mother to smoke the whole time she was pregnant with me.I think most states call that child endangerment.
thats why they make them glow in the dark .. and that last part is not what you said to do....What if the guy's kid really did get locked in the trunk of a car, and he didn't know how to get out because it's dark and he can't see and he's scared? I, for one, think that making the kid practice while someone's nearby to help is a far less dangerous experience.
you basicly said to take the kid out of bed while they are sleeping and stuff them in a trunk in the middle of the night so when he wakes up hes traumatized for the rest of his life...
It is a dash of being serious mixed with a generous helping of absurdity. Obviously the kid would be scared to death in that situation, and while that WOULD be the best way to simulate actually being trapped or kidnapped, it of course would not be the appropriate thing to do.i'm assuming you're not serious and you said this as a joke and in that case it's pretty damn funny. imo.