These Pics Of NICU Babies Dressed as Taylor Swift Will Make You Smile

1 Min Read Published May 23, 2023
These Pics Of NICU Babies Dressed as Taylor Swift Will Make You Smile

Swifties nationwide are flocking to sold-out concerts to experience the epic “Eras Tour”. But not all fans are lucky to score the elusive tickets. To honor Taylor Swift, NICU nurses at Ascension Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville dressed some of their tiniest patients to represent all 10 of Swift’s iconic album covers.

NICU nurses Olivia Horne and Allison Harris and respiratory therapist Leah Landa decided to honor their favorite singer by making some absolutely adorable costumes for their patients. The plan came to them in the middle of the night shift as a Swift song played in the background.

The babies' attire was inspired by all of Swift's 10 albums: Taylor Swift (2006), Fearless (2008), Speak Now (2010), Red (2012), 1989 (2014), Reputation (2017), Lover (2019), Folklore (2020), Evermore (2020), and Midnights (2022).

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The team even dressed one of the patients as Ed Sheeran who is a close friend of Swift and has also collaborated with her on a number of songs. 

Social Media Reacts

Ascension Saint Thomas posted pictures to their Facebook page highlighting the patients and the NICU team that dressed the patients. 

Image: Ascension Saint Thomas Facebook

The pictures received a handful of comments and shares, especially amongst Swifties. 

All images courtesy of Ascension Saint Thomas Facebook

Kathleen Gaines
Kathleen Gaines
News and Education Editor

Kathleen Gaines (nee Colduvell) is a nationally published writer turned Pediatric ICU nurse from Philadelphia with over 13 years of ICU experience. She has an extensive ICU background having formerly worked in the CICU and NICU at several major hospitals in the Philadelphia region. After earning her MSN in Education from Loyola University of New Orleans, she currently also teaches for several prominent Universities making sure the next generation is ready for the bedside. As a certified breastfeeding counselor and trauma certified nurse, she is always ready for the next nursing challenge.

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