Newborns ‘hatch’ at St. Luke’s hospital for Easter

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ST. LOUIS, MO — An Easter tradition at Saint Luke's Hospital. New parents have welcomed this adorable holiday practice for 20 years. Newborn babies were turned into baby chicks.

A volunteer and a night nurse dressed up the little ones as baby chicks "hatching" from their easter egg buntings. The staff at Saint Luke's makes special baby buntings for each holiday.

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