The UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has a lovely Christmas tradition, each year they dress the newborn babies in costume! This year, they were inspired by the new Star Wars spinoff TV show The Mandalorian available on Disney+ and more specifically by the character named "The Child". He who looks exactly like a little baby Yoda, see for yourself:
Amy Charley the senior public relations manager for the hospital, relaved to CafeMom :
"We celebrate babies being born every day at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital, but to watch new parents see their little bundles of joy dressed up during the holidays is simply priceless," she says. "We have been dressing babies up for years. We love the tradition of coming up with new ideas and themes to make the holidays even more special for our patients and staff."
The staff takes great pride in the tradition, as a matter of fact, all the hats were made by a nurse named Caitlin Pechin! They take about 90 minutes each to make - that is called a great commitment, but the final result is totally worth it:
You can see more of these cuties on the hospital's Facebook page.
We congratulate the new parents and wish them many many many years of happiness with their little ones!
What do you think of this holiday tradition?