There's no risk for the kids themselves
"In Spain (with 28,600 total cases as of March 21, nearly as many as America’s 31,000), 34 out of the 129 cases among children 0 to 9 years old resulted in hospitalization, a rate of 26 percent; one child was put in the ICU (a 0.8 percent rate); and there have been no fatalities"
So that's a 0.003% chance of a kid requiring ICU (a newborn)? I agree, there's never no risk (shouldn't shorthand type). But the issue here isn't that most of these kids aren't eventually going to get the virus eventually (with all the same attendant risks) it's that we can manage that rate of complication.
Anyway it was just a (probably impractical) suggestion for the OP. With a little luck the measures now in place should be sufficient to stabilise our rate and in two weeks time we should see a marked slow down. Fingers crossed.