More than ever, parents have taken to protecting their baby with signs asking people to keep their hands — and their germs — to themselves.

A baby's immune system doesn't develop until they're two or three. This leaves a lot of time for anyone to walk up, touch a child, and transmit germs.

There are mixed reviews about these signs. Some parents say that they have their own methods to stop unwanted touching, whereas others find the signs quite helpful.

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Whatever you decide to do to keep your baby safe from rampant germs is ultimately your choice.

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Colleen Leidner is a student, writer & editor. When she's not frantically studying, she enjoys reading, being with her friends, and writing stories. A soccer mom to her five younger siblings, she lives in Stuart, FL, and aspires to write the next Great American Novel.

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