January 16, 2010
"My doctor said, "I love it!" I was wondering what she was talking about and she said your sign. She said I wish we could put it on their foreheads, and a big sign as your walk into the doctor's office would be great. She said people just don't understand how germs can affect infants and toddlers. She asked where we found this and said she was going to start telling others about this kind sign."
January 25, 2010 frugalreality.com
"One of the philosophies that we follow closely here at StrollerLife is kindness. Kindness goes a long way for babies, infants, kids and parents where when we pay close attention to being kind as parents towards your children and others (strangers), you will likely see a good cultivation of kindness in your child’s later years. Of course, one can take this in a rude way but if you read the sign, you will understand why this sign can be a useful one. One up for useful “chic-ness”!"
January 28, 2010
"I am not a germaphobe by any means (at least I wasn't before the swine flu outbreak), but there are just certain things that can make a mommy's blood boil inside and it's hard to say "NO" to complete strangers (at least for me). That's why new mommy's everywhere need to invest in a few of these signs."
February 1, 2010
"I came across the website mamabears.com and literally jumped for joy! Mamabears created these great "kind signs" to hang from a stroller, carseat, or any infant carrying device that read ( Your Germs are Too Big for Me , Please Don't Touch) . It's a nice way to say "BACK OFF" to the kindly stranger magnetically drawn, hands outstretched, to touch my cooing baby at the grocery store . They make an excellent gift to any baby you care about."
February 1, 2010
"Use this Kind Sign to hang on your strollers, carseats, slings and so forth to kindly let others know that their distance is appreciated. These are easy to attach, and clean. Who could ask for anything more? These awesome little signs are on the top of my “must purchase for baby shower gifts” list."
February 18, 2010 "I found MamaBears.com one day surfing the Internet and I was so excited to find their adorable Kind Signs. Each sign is large enough for people to read easily and is a nice way of saying “hands off”. The signs are made of silicone which is BPA, PVC and Phthalate free so if baby happens to get his mitts on it’s not the end of the world. I keep mine in my diaper bag so I can easily whip it out while I’m out shopping with my little man. I’ve not had any trouble with strangers touching him since (but we still get the goo goo gah gah’s) and I’m a happier mom for it."
''At first I was hesitant to put this sign on my stroller. I wondered to myself if it was “dorky” or “overprotective” or if it would even work. Well, after using it for a few weeks, it is neither dorky nor overprotective and it definitely works! Since putting this Kind Sign on my infant’s car seat, NO ONE has tried to touch her and people do not get as close to look either! WONDERFUL! I know don’t have to sound like a big, ungrateful meanie as someone is telling me what a beautiful child I have. In addition, LOTS of people have asked me where I have gotten it. I am not kidding. Besides all of the moms in my moms groups, people have stopped me to ask where I bought it! Even my husband thinks it is great (and he is very skeptical about a lot of baby products.)"
February 24, 2010
"My take: I love these signs!! I love how brightly colored and how large they are. People definitely notice these signs and take heed. I am so excited to give a sign to a very good friend who had her child premature and really needs to stay away from as many germs as possible. A truly great product to have for any small child!"
February 24, 2010
March 08, 2010
March 08, 2010
"Once upon a time there were three bears. One day, a rascal named Goldilocks broke into their home, ate their gruel, and destroyed their personal property. She also left nasty germs throughout the den. Too bad the family didn’t have a Mamabears.com Kind Sign on the door. The friendly reminders hook onto strollers, car seats, cribs, diaper bags, and shopping carts, reminding strangers to keep their grimy hands to themselves. Made of soft, nontoxic silicone, the signs come in pink, orange, and blue, and attach and detach easily. Making them just right."
"I found MamaBears.com one day surfing the Internet and I was so excited to find their adorable Kind Signs. Each sign is large enough for people to read easily and is a nice way of saying “hands off”. The signs are made of silicone which is BPA, PVC and Phthalate free so if baby happens to get his mitts on it’s not the end of the world. I keep mine in my diaper bag so I can easily whip it out while I’m out shopping with my little man. I’ve not had any trouble with strangers touching him since (but we still get the goo goo gah gah’s) and I’m a happier mom for it."