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Nurses Make Tiny Costumes For Babies' First Halloween

10/31/2016 08:14 EDT | Updated 10/31/2016 08:14 EDT

Nurses at a Toronto hospital helped babies in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) celebrate their first Halloween on Monday — and it was impossibly cute.

The babies at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre were dressed in itty-bitty costumes for the occasion. There was a Nemo, a ladybug, and a "nurse magnet."

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So sweet.

Other hospitals — including some inNorth Carolina, Missouri, and Arkansas — all had the same, wonderful idea.

The Toronto hospital posted a video of the babies' costumes on Facebook. Parents whose children had been in the NICU for Halloween in years past left photos of their kids in the comments.

"Halloween at Sunnybrook! Born at 27 weeks! Today a healthy and happy 3 year old!" one mom wrote.

Watch the video above to see more costumes from Sunnybrook this year.

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