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BabyIn BabyOut:
A simple concept that can save lives

We’ve created a two-sided hangtag to visually remind parents and caregivers about their most precious cargo in the backseat. 


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BabyOut

When leaving the car, the driver flips the hangtag to show the green “Baby Out” side from his or her rearview mirror or elsewhere in the car.

BabyIn

When a baby or child is in the car, the driver displays the pink “Baby In” side.

Save a Life

We hope using the BabyIn BabyOut tag will become as common as using your seatbelt.

 

In September 2019, Hannah Rhudy, 14, shared a quick update about BabyIn BabyOut’s first year working to combat pediatric hot car deaths.

In August 2018, Hannah Rhudy, 13, launched BabyIn BabyOut to keep babies safe from pediatric vehicular stroke.

 

Our cause. Our responsibility

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Hannah Rhudy, 14, a high school freshman in Richmond, Va., loves kids and wants to keep them safe. She’s launching BabyIn BabyOut as a way to help parents, grandparents and babysitters keep their babies and toddlers safe.