Newborns Dress as Mr. Rogers for World Kindness Day

It's a beautiful day at a Pittsburgh hospital for parents and newborns going home on Wednesday, as well as for Joanne Rogers, Fred Roger's wife, who paid a visit to see newborns decked out in her husband's iconic sweater and sneakers combo.

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It's a beautiful day in UMPC Magee-Womens Hospital for anyone who gets to see these newborns dressed as Mister Rogers.
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Caitlin Pechin, a nurse at the hospital, said it takes two to three hours to make a cardigan, and half an hour for each pair of booties.
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"He really loved babies, he did," Joanne Rogers said of her late husband. "It was a very important thing in his life when his children arrived."
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Joanne Rogers visits the babies dressed as her late husband on Wednesday. The babies were dressed as Fred Rogers in his honor for World Kindness Day.
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Pechin says babies of both genders get the same design. "I think everyone would enjoy the red Mister Rogers sweater," she said.
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Staff wear t-shirts made to look like Fred Rogers shirt and cardigan combo, with the newborns sporting onesies in the same design.
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New parents Michael and Kristen Lewandowski cradle their daughter, Mary Rose Lewandowski, as Joanne Rogers watches on, left. Mary Rose was one of many babies dressed as Fred Rogers for World Kindness Day.
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