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Super Bowl Babies To Be Wrapped In 'Football Cocoons' At Windsor Regional Hospital

01/30/2015 05:54 EST | Updated 01/30/2015 06:59 EST

Touchdown, Windsor Regional Hospital!

The facility is marking Super Bowl Sunday by wrapping babies born on the day in special knitted "football cocoons," as seen below.

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The cocoons were knitted by Fae Gillespie, the president of the Metropolitan General Hospital Auxiliary, who has knitted caps and blankets for babies for three decades, CBC News reported.

All the families who have Super Bowl Sunday babies will be asked to gather in a waiting lounge for a photo on Sunday at 5 p.m. ET.

But this isn't Windsor's sole connection to the Super Bowl this year. Luke Willson, a native of nearby LaSalle, plays tight end for the Seattle Seahawks.

What a way to kick off a life!

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