With 48 million Americans deaf or hard of hearing, according to NBC News, the need for a mask alternative is clearly necessary, especially for children still learning how to communicate. That’s where Baby Jack & Co. has stepped in. Designed with a plastic window for easy lip reading, the company’s masks allow people to see one another’s mouths while showing off their own smiles. Each is made from 2-ply, micro-poly fabric, and for kids they come in colorful patterns like farm animals and rainbows. Plus, the “smile window” is just as breathable, crafted from an acrylic poly film.