Stuff Happens When You're A KidOK, so the thing with the dog got me thinking about this and sometimes no matter how careful you are stuff happens. One day when I was two, while my mom was cleaning the kitchen and I was playing in the family romm, I decided to go visit the neighbors. I got up, managed to get the screen door to the patio open, and walked a block down, through two empty lots, to visit. When I got there the neighbor immediately called mom and she came running over to get me. She said, "I'd just walked out of the kitchen, wondering why you were so quiet, when the phone rang." A group of us were at the Rennaisance Faire here in So Cal one year and we were headed for the parking lot when my sister noticed that her youngest daughter (age seven) was no longer by her side. She immediately called for her but there was no answer. We split up, about six of us, going up and down through the faire, calling her name, and after about ten minutes my sister went to the security booth and there was my niece. She had actually gotten ahead of us, and, in the crowd, you couldn't see anything at ground level more than a couple of feet away. She had made it all the way to the front gate where she was stopped by one of the staff. When my sister picked up her daughter the head of security said, "It's OK, Ma'am. We haven't lost one yet." I was taking a walk in my neighborhood one day and as I came around a corner there was a child, still in diapers, walking out of an alleyway, heading for the street. I immediately picked the child up and walked down the alley until I came to an open garage door where a man was painting the walls. He turned to see me holding his child, which I handed to him. I told him where I had found him and he said, "I just started painting, just now. How could he move that fast?" Just saying.August 07 2008 - US00YesReport a ProblemProblemSelect oneOffensive contentIrrelevant contentSpam (pure self-promotion)OtherDetailsYour emailPlease enter a valid email address.Submit CancelContent flaggedWe will review this content. Thanks for helping make the site more useful to everyone. To learn more, read Zillow's Good Neighbor Policy.We're sorry. This service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later and try again.