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Spring has already sprung in a Pennsylvania hospital where newborns were dressed up as baby chicks to mark the start of the new season.
Caitlin Pechin, a nurse atin Pittsburgh, hand-crocheted costumes for four lucky babies who modeled their adorable outfits in heartwarming (and COVID safe) photo shoots with their parents.
The little ones were each given a bright yellow cap with dark eyes, an orange nose, and a white 'egg shell' on top and then tucked into white crocheted swaddles, giving them the appearance of newly-hatched chicks.
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'It's really important to bring some cheer to our families and to the staff, especially during this hard time we've been having during COVID,' Pechin said.
The nurse, who loves to crotchet, came up with the idea for the spring chick costumes and spent two to three hours on each one.
'I think dressing the babies up in these little chick outfits for spring is really nice because everyone's had a really long winter,' she explained.
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'It's just nice to do something fun for spring that is just happy and makes all the families and staff excited.'
The babies — including a pair of twins — were dressed up in their new outfits and had their photos taken with their parents in their private rooms.
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While sharing the photos on Facebook, the hospital noted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines for COVID-19 were followed when they took the precious family pictures.
Avary and Nikita Austin were among the new parents who got to see their newborn babies dressed up as baby chicks. The couple welcomed twins earlier this month and were getting ready to leave the hospital.
'It means a lot to me to have them involved in it. I'm really happy, excited,' Nikita said, lovingly looking down at the baby cradled in her arms. 'The chick costumes, they're so cute. My little Chicken Littles.'
The couple couldn't be happier to have twins, with Avary saying he is excited to 'see them grow together, learn together, and be happy together.'
'I just love that they have a forever friend with each other no matter what,' Nikita added.
Heather Ambrose, director of nursing at the hospital, said these types of celebrations are exactly what patients and staffers need during the COVID-19 crisis.
'Over the course of the last year, our community and our country have really experienced some devastation with the pandemic,' she explained.
'The opportunity to dress our babies into fun, cute outfits just reminds us there are new beginnings, new life every single day. There are things to celebrate.'
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