Hospital Dresses Up Babies Born On Leap Day In Frog Costumes

Hospital Dresses Up Babies Born On Leap Day In Frog Costumes
Image: St Clair Hospital Facebook Page


It is not every year that leaplings come along – literally. Leaplings, or babies born on leap day, 29 February, only arrive once in every four years. And a hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has been celebrating their births in a cute way.

Once every four years, St. Clair Hospital welcomes their little leaplings with frog costumes. These make the little leapling babies look super adorable.

Our Little Leapling Baby Frogs are ready to spring out into the world! Hoppy Leap Year! 🐸

Posted by St. Clair Hospital on Thursday, 27 February 2020

What a fun and cute way to celebrate the arrival of these babies.

READ: Do Leaplings Only Celebrate their Birthday Once in 4 Years and Other Interesting Facts about Leap Years

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