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Have the Talk

It’s that time of year again. Have you had the talk yet. The one about the choking game? Have that talk again, have it often.

New students come into the school districts all the time. Our children become friends with them or it may be your child going into a new school. Have the talk.

New homeroom assignment with a new group of classmates, and this environment youth are excited to tell others about their summer. A new year brings new things shared between school friends, new things to try, new things to experiment with and bragging rights are part of the conversation. Your child needs the the right information and you are the one to tell them. Have the talk and prepare your child for this conversation with the complete information to keep them and their friends safe.

Your childs peers share what they did and where the went, they may also share things that are considered risky behavior, one being the choking game aka pass out challenge or fainting game.

The ones who have tried it will tell their friends; “Hey there is this new thing I learned this summer a friend showed me. It’s not drugs or alcohol, it’s what good kids do to get that high feeling, No It won’t hurt, look at me. And HEY If it was bad dont you think that our parents would have told us not to, it’s just adrenaline rush. YOU GOT TO TRY IT, TRUST ME!”

This is why we as parents and Caregivers must have the talk. The youth that we parents think sould know better and would never do something that may harm them don’t have the correct information. We don’t know what they are telling our children. Where did their information come from.

Each new year brings new stories and new dangers for us to protect our children from because we do not akways know the other families. This is a your opportune time to share this information with the parents in your childs life. These parents are your new allies and friends! Have the talk with them. Take action and Share this post on your social media feed for them and others to see you will be opening the door to education for someone and never know it. You will save lives.

We are our childs first teacher, empower them with the truth to know better and do better.

God Bless you all,


“Dear Gracious and Heavenly Father, I am praying for safe school environments for all of the children, God protect them when we are apart, protect them from what we do not know. Protect the teachers and staff in our schools from the dangers in this world each day. Guide them and give them strength and courage as they watch over the blessings you gave us, our children. In the name of Your Son Jesus, AMEN”

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to my Beloved son Joshua
I know you are🎼 Dancing in the Sky and singing in the Angels choir.
We miss you so very much!


Cherish each and everyday!


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Know the Facts

Parents and caregivers,
It has come to our attention that there is a spike in youth making videos for Snapchat and Instagram involving the choking game. Different areas have their own name for the activity but all are potentially deadly. There is brain damage from the first time tried.

Please monitor your childs social media accounts. Educate your children to also be on the lookout for friends that may post videos and please contact their parents.

This was not invented recently, it has been around for generations and generations going back to beginning of time. The new part is the sharing on social media in the last decade.

This game KILLS kids!

We believe that if a parent or caregiver has the information to teach their child that this is not something to try no matter if their friends are doing it; it is potentially deadly. But because parents don’t know about it themselves, it continues.

The choke hold is in almost every action movie and many cartoons. Kids roleplay and mimic what they see. They discover the adrenaline rush and no one is explaining its killing their brain cells. Chasing that “high” becomes something done alone and youth think that because no one says not to then it must not be a bad thing because it’s all over the media. Now the push for likes and shares are driving these youth to show friends on social media.
We must get the information out to parents and even schools. We must take action.

We encourage everyone to have the conversation with your youth. Give them the facts. Don’t leave it up to their friends to be the first ones to share this. It is deadly, its often called the good kids high.

Thank you for taking time to visit our website.

God Bless you all,


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National Safety Awareness Month 2019


What are you doing to be safe in your home, at work or for recreational time? Here are a few ways to make outtings a safer place.

Always take a moment to Check your environment for posted rules and safety precautions.

Look around for blindspots and emergency exits.

Be aware of trip and fall hazards.

Always know where first aid station or box is located.

Walk around a playground or play area before turning kids loose, you never know what may have been left behind. Be prepared you may have to pick up litter, if you don’t, your little ones are curious and may pick something up and that is dangerous.

Make sure you have current emergency phone numbers, sometimes these change.

Be aware and be safe.

And most of all: find out what your kids do for “fun” with others. You see the choking game is one of those popular playground, slumber party or camp past times kids may do. Just talk to kids and if you need to take action.

Be proactive in safety checks, it saves lives.

Thank you for taking time to read this.

Remember to #LikeSharePost this page to your social media pages.



♡ WildfarmKids

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Prayers to the family and their friends searching the internet for answers today. We were once doing the same thing after Joshua died.

WHAT is this choking game?

WHY did Joshua die.

WHO is responsible?

WHERE is the information?

WHEN were we going to be warned about this activity?

Whenever there is a death as a result of #theChokingGame there is a surge in people looking for this information.
Our goal is to educate people about warning signs so they have the knowledge to step in with accurate resources to talk to their youth before its too late. We encourage you to take action and share with your schools what you are finding out. Please don’t wait for another sad headline and grieving parents. Right now by just sharing our website you too can spread awareness.

The information is free and saves lives. Check out our other tabs here on this website.

Like it so it shows you were here.

Share the information to your social media pages so others learn too.

Post a comment if you feel moved to.

We want to hear from you.

Again prayers to the families searching for answers, feel free to reach out to us.


WildfarmKids family

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Thank you once again

To all our followers, friends and loved ones,

I thought I would take a moment to thank everyone again who has prayed for my family these last 7 years. There are days that I feel empowered and it only takes a toy or sound, photo or a scent and my breath is taken away by grief. I tell myself “GOD HAS A PLAN & PRAISE GOD NO MATTER WHAT!” I will tell you it is hard some days and other days I am unstoppable with Gods armor.
Bless you all for the smiles, nods and waves that show me and my family we are not invisible and still loved. Bless you for the “likes, shares, retweets and messages” too. God bless the prayers you send up to Him, we feel them in our hearts.
Seven years ago we gathered to say goodbye to Joshua Leo and we will see him again one day. I believe this will all my heart and soul.

Thank you and Bless you all with our love for all eternity,

Wendi Engle & WildfarmKids family

I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth. My soul shall make her boast in the Lord : the humble shall hear thereof, and be glad. O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together. I sought the Lord , and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.
Psalms 34:1‭-‬4 from my King James Bible

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Back to School ’18

School is begining for the year everywhere. Have you had the talk yet. The one about the choking game?

New children come into the school districts all the time. Our children become friends with them. Or your child may be going into a new school. New environment to share things with new friends. How they passed the time and their habbits. They may also share things that are considered risky behavior, one being the choking game aka pass out challenge.

This is the “good kids thing; their adrenaline rush high” the kids we parents think would know better and would never do something that may harm them. New classes bring new stories and new challenges to protect our children because we do not know the other families. This is a great time to share this information with the new parents. Share with your new friends!

Share this post on your social media feed; you might be opening the door to education for someone and never know it.

God Bless you all

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