What this 86-year-old Did to help NICU babies, is just amazing.


This good man taught himself how to knit to make hats just in time for the holiday season, Thanks to him

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more than 300 premature born babies in the NICU at Northside Hospital in Atlanta are nice and cozy because of custom-made knitted hats by Ed Moseley the 86-year-old from Acworth, Georgia.

Checkt he photos below and never forget that you’re never too old to learn a new trick.

“I prevailed on my daughter to get a kit, and it comes with the right size loom and the right tools to help you knit one,” Moseley informed ABC News. “I just followed the instructions. It was easy. Somehow I had never knitted, and I always associated knitting with a bunch of needles but this looked pretty doable for me. I went through two or three before I came out with a good finished product.”

“It’s great to receive these wonderful gifts,” said Linda Kelly, the clinical manager of the special care nursery. “To have a gift left at the bedside, or a nurse put the hat on the little baby’s head, makes it all seem less like a hospital. It’s important for families to see their baby as a baby and not as a patient. This will help to get the families to that spot.”

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