They are tiny clothes made by kids with big hearts.
Monday, students from Santa Fe Elementary School delivered 100 premature baby outfits to Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Every outfit delivered was made by one of the students in Maria Tapia's fourth-grade preemie sewing class.
The kids were inspired to make the clothes after hearing Mrs. Tapia's story. In 2001, she delivered premature twins at Good Sam. Gabriel weighed 2 pounds, 10 ounces, and Alyssa only weighed 1 pound, 13 ounces.
Tapia explained to the kids that it's hard for parents to find preemie clothes.
The students spent two hours a day, twice a week, for 24 weeks sewing outfits for premature babies.
The tiny outfits are made with Velcro on the front and shoulders to allow doctors and nurses' easy access due to the multitude of medical emergencies preemies can encounter.
This is the second year that students at Santa Fe sewed clothing for Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center.
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Tuesday, May 21 2013 9:43 PM EDT2013-05-22 01:43:10 GMT
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