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Hospital 'stuffs' stockings with bundles of joy

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Little Harper Little Harper
Tim and Morgan Cauklin Tim and Morgan Cauklin
Babies were placed in stockings. Babies were placed in stockings.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Baptist Hospital East is continuing a tradition of their own this holiday season.

Monday, all the newborns in the maternity ward were swaddled in red and white stockings, complete with Santa hats.

New parents, Tim and Morgan Cauklin, enjoyed the sight of their baby Harper in the stocking, even if she didn't, "Probably not, She's stubborn. Probably doesn't like it. She gets her arms out and flails."

Even though she may be fussy in her stocking, her parents said she is still on the nice list.

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