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I may see a baby in toy store or library but I cannot touch the baby.
I should not tickle a baby when I see it in its car seat or stroller. If I want to play peek-a-boo then I need to ask permission from the baby's family.
I cannot tickle a baby when I see the baby in its stroller or carseat. I need to ask permission from the family to play peek-a-boo.
I may see a baby when I go out to eat in a restaurant but I cannot touch the baby.
I am a baby. I am very small and I have small bones and muscles. I get scared very easily. I need my parents to protect me. Please don't touch me without asking my mom or dad.
I am 9 years old. I am big and strong. I have a loud voice and I move my body fast. I need to ask permission before touching a baby. I need to give the baby space so that I do not scare the baby. Babies will smile when I smile at them. I don't need to touch them to make them smile.
If I ask permission before touching a baby then everyone will be happy. The baby won't be scared and I will be able to say hello to the baby.
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