New parents were left speechless after they found out that a nurse who was taking care of their prematurely born son at the neonatal unit had dressed him in a superhero cape.
Chriss Korres and Michelle Campbell were excited about having their first child. To their surprise, their bundle of joy arrived two months early and that meant he had to spend some time at the neonatal unit.
Korress and Campbell were completely aware that preemies may not develop at the same pace as babies born around their due date. So they kept checking on their son to ensure he was doing fine.
The doctors who were taking care of Little Benjamin were amazed by the rate at which he developed, and after eight weeks under their care, little Benjamin was ready to go home with his mom and dad.
Nurse makes superheroes capes for prematurely born babies
A few days before Benjamin was discharged, Korress and Campbell went to check on him when they noticed something unusual. Benjamin was dressed in a superhuman cape with a note attached on his bed saying “To our little superhero, all the love from Stephanie T”
They told CTV News: “We were very surprised that one of the nurses that we haven’t even worked with or seen or anything yet had left that.”
These parents were moved by the incredible gesture. The only mystery around the gift was to find out who Stephanie was.
After asking around, they learned that Stephanie was a nurse at the neonatal clinic, and was taking care of little Benjamin and other premature babies.
Stephanie, who works at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, has touched the lives of many babies and parents by showing them how much she cared.
As per reports, Stephanie has made over 100 capes for the tiny superheroes.
Benjamin is now at home, doing great, and makes his parents happy. He is a true superhero who is growing really fast.
Stephanie’s incredible gesture is an example of how nurses, doctors, and other health workers go above and beyond just to make their patients happy. Please SHARE this with your family.