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Better safe than sorry, right?

This saying can be applied to numerous situations, but perhaps none more appropriate than when it comes to the well-being if your child. 

Take Bryan Elliott, for example.

A software engineer and father from the Philadelphia area, he told The Huffington Post that his wife, Amy, was going through old emails recently when she came across something Bryan once wrote to a babysitter.

She was watching the couple’s son, Jack, for the first time and Bryan wanted to be certain that she was prepared for any situation.

And we mean ANY situation…