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Hospital Dresses Up Newborns In Crochet 'Baby Yoda' Hats For Christmas

Emily McWilliams 18 Dec 2019

Just when you thought your love for Baby Yoda couldn't grow anymore, along comes these adorable newborns in their own crochet hats. It's safe to say that this might be the cutest thing in the galaxy right now and just in time for the holidays, too!

Every year, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Magee-Women’s Hospital celebrates the holidays by dressing up newborn babies in adorable costumes.

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The hospital went viral for their ugly Christmas sweaters last year, and this year, they may have outdone themselves with these Baby Yoda hats.

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Each baby received a crocheted hat made by one of the hospital's nurses.

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They also wore shirts with phrases like "Cute, I Am" and "Merry, I Must Be" capturing Yoda's famous vernacular and speech pattern.

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These outfits couldn't have come at a better time.

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Not only are they perfect for the festive season, but it's safe to say that Baby Yoda has taken the galaxy by storm thanks to the hit Disney+ series, The Mandalorian.

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We can't wait to see how this hospital dresses up their newborns in the upcoming year.

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So far, we've seen babies dressed as pickles, construction workers, and gingerbread cookies. We love seeing these cute and creative crochet costumes!

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