In their post, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare credited the NICU team for going "above and beyond to make holidays special for our NICU families."
"Our crafty night team made these clever costumes and our day team brought their visions to life!" they wrote.
Courtesy Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Baby wearing Raggedy Ann costume
And while some of the photos featured the babies with props, the hospital made sure to note that it was only for a photo opportunity.
"Please remember, you should always place your little ones on their backs to sleep, with nothing else in the crib," they wrote.
"These NICU babies have special circumstances and are monitored 24/7 by our skilled nursing team," the hospital staff added.
Courtesy Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare This baby wore a Yoda costume
After sharing the adorable shots, Facebook users were quick to praise the NICU staff for their fun idea — and more importantly, for treating all these babies in need.
"How beautiful! Thanks to all the NICU health care workers who do such a remarkable job of caring for our little ones," wrote one user.
Courtesy Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare The Incredibles inspired this costume
"These doctors, nurses and staff are some of the most amazing people I've ever had the pleasure meeting," commented someone else. "We thank you guys for the countless hours of work and love you put in taking care of our children."
"Can we just take a moment to appreciate the digital team who crafted this post? The captions… **chef's kiss**And the babies are adorable too!" joked another person.
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