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From 1904 to 1943, New York's Coney Island amusement park showcased technological advances from around the world, including infant incubators occupied by live babies. A sign at the entrance read, "All the World Loves a Baby" where visitors paid 25 cents to see the tiny preemies.
Through the help of a local woodworking organization, a second memorial tree, honoring little lives lost, was recently installed in the reception room at Mothers' Milk Bank of North Texas.
Caio was a recipient of donor milk both in the hospital NICU and then as a medical necessity recipient after he graduated from the NICU and went home. This is his story…
“Our sweet Elby is turning 18 months old soon, and we just requested a pickup for our LAST milk donation!"
A smile this big can only mean one thing - lots of milk donated to babies in need!