The day parents of premature babies finally get to take their newborn home is an incredible moment for the entire family. But that bliss is quickly squashed by the fear of other people’s germs infecting your tiny trooper.
Which is why you may have noticed little tags hanging from newborns’ strollers. These “no touching” signs are a way for parents to let others know they don’t want them touching their baby without actually having to voice this request verbally—which can get pretty awkward depending on the situation.
Tags4Tots is popular amongst parents who want to make sure their rules are met. The company was started by Johanna Ackerman, a mom who gave birth to a baby who spent an extended stay in the NICU. When he finally was able to come home, Ackerman wanted to make sure outside germs didn’t pose a serious threat for her baby’s health….
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