On the second day of the Great American Pregnancy Signs Week, it is the parents and children of all ages who are facing the biggest obstacle of all. 

The signs are everywhere. 

On sidewalks, in public places, on subway platforms, on the playground and on the bus. 

In our homes, on our streets, in the workplace and even on our pets. 

They have all been there for the parents, and now for their kids. 

What is the role of signs in helping us get through the day? 

 They are the most important tools in our everyday lives, and they must be respected. 

Pregnancy signs, and the signs that accompany them, are a part of our everyday routine. 

They help us plan ahead and stay focused on the things that matter. 

The signs tell us when to go to work, when to eat and when to rest, so we know when to get up and get to the office. 

But, we can’t expect the signs to tell us what we need to do or when to stop. 

We must take care of our bodies and the physical needs of our children. 

In fact, signs that say “Get up” or “Get dressed” or even “Get home” are common. 

So, what is the right way to treat signs? 

The answer to that question is that it is up to each person to decide. 

There are different signs for different situations, but the general rule is that when someone is in pain, you can’t just walk away. 

You must help. 

That’s what the Pregnancy and Childbirth Signs campaign is all about. 

 It is not an issue for me, because I’m a mom, but it is an issue of every mom, and it is a topic that is not only being raised by moms, but also by other moms. 

Every sign is an opportunity to help a parent or child. 

How do I get a sign? 

You can buy signs in your local grocery store, at a pharmacy or even at any of the signs around your neighborhood. 

If you live in a city, call your city’s police department and ask for a copy of the sign to hand out to the police officers. 

Signs can be posted on signs that are not in the city, and signs can be mailed to your neighborhood’s police station. 

These signs can also be printed, as long as they are the right size and in the proper font. 

To get your sign, you have to provide your address and phone number. 

For more information, visit ParenthoodSigns.com. 

Are signs legal? 

They do not need to be. 

“A sign is a written statement that someone has the right to be there. 

A sign can be legal, if it says ‘This sign is legal,’ but it cannot be illegal. 

An ‘is’ does not mean ‘must be.'” 

A city or state law might prohibit signs from being posted. 

And you should ask your city, county, state or federal government agency to check if your sign is being posted legally. 

Your signs should be posted in a way that is visible and easy to read, and a sign should not appear anywhere other than on the front of the building. 

However, signs posted on public streets or sidewalks can be illegal, as can signs posted in areas that are open to the public. 

Here is what you can do to protect your child when a sign says “Get to Work.” 

You may have to tell your child, “Sorry, but you are not allowed to stay in this area.” 

However that might be, it could be a sign that says “You are allowed to work.” 

“Get to School.” 

The same rules apply. 

Just don’t be rude. 

Some states have laws about where you can put signs that have to do with public schools. 

Sometimes, these laws can be very confusing. 

Ask your local school board to provide a copy. 

(The rules in your state might not apply.) 

You might also want to make sure that the signs are in the right place, at the right time. 

Make sure you read your sign carefully and make sure the text is clear. 

When it comes to a sign, do not just ignore it. 

It can make a difference. 

Learn more about signs and their role in our article on pregnancy signs. 

Read more articles by Kirsten S. Koeppert, M.

Ed., CEO, Papers and Poems: The Essential Book for Parents and Adoptive Parents.