Nurse knits outfits for babies spending first Halloween in the hospital
ATLANTA, GA - An Atlanta nurse spent hours creating handmade costumes for some small patients spending their first Halloween in the hospital.
Tara Frankhauser, a five-year veteran of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, said she wanted to do something special for the brave babies she cares for. So she knitted more than 30 unique costumes for them to wear this Halloween.
This is the second year that Frankhauser has knitted costumes for the babies in her care, spending anywhere from several hours to an entire day on each costume.
This year's outfits include Pinocchio, a pumpkin, baseball, gumball machine, and more.
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