photo from Infant Armor
Now there's a new way to protect your baby from germs: Infant Armor. Designed by two Connecticut women, Natasha Young and Erica Smith, this protective cover attaches to baby carriers and protects infants from airborne germs like tuberculosis.
It's made from the same germ-blocking material that's used in surgical masks, but it's also supposed to be very breathable. The inspiration for Infant Armor came from Smith who didn't want her baby exposed to illnesses while she waited for appointments at her pediatrician's office.
Infant Armor costs $19.99, and you can buy it at Infantarmor.com.
What do you think? Would you buy this?