Hospital Gets In the ‘Frozen 2’ Spirit With Adorable Newborn Outfits
This weekend is a celebration of all things Frozen with the much-anticipated sequel featuring Anna, Elsa, Olaf and the gang officially hitting theaters! That’s why we thought we’d start your Saturday morning off with some Frozen 2-inspired “oohs” and ‘aahs” as WellSpan Hospital in Chambersburg, PA celebrated the release of Frozen 2 by dressing some of their littlest patients up as characters from the movie!
The nursing staff in the hospital’s newborn nursery and NICU thought it would be fun to celebrate the latest release of the film by dressing the little ones in Frozen-inspired outfits!
Two of the babies currently reside at the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit so it’s lovely to see them and their families receive an unexpected dose of Disney magic. In a recent piece in the Franklin County Free Press the WellSpan Communications Director Allison Stains was quoted as saying, “We just can’t let it (the cuteness) go.”
As you can see from the images above, three lucky participants were dressed up as Elsa, Olaf and our favorite Sven the reindeer! To quote lovable Olaf, “Some people are worth melting for.!” and each of these adorable babies are proof of that!
Frozen 2 is currently out in theaters and is on target to become Disney’s 6th film to surpass the $1 billion mark in sales in 2019. We’ll be bringing you all the latest Disney news and updates so keep following along with MickeyBlog!
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