‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the NICU
All the babies were sleeping, an incredible breakthrough.
The blankets were wrapped by the nurses with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.

The babies were nestled all snug in their cribs,
While visions of going home danced in their heads.
Their parents stood by watching over their infant,
Going home to their family wasn’t so distant.

When out on the roof there arose such a clatter,
The staff sprang to the window to see what’s the matter.
It was Santa they saw, in a quick red-suit flash,
Walking through the hospital that made such a clash.

“Now, MOMMAS! now, POPPAS! now, GRANDMA and GRAMP!
To the wishes so big! To the wishes so small!
We can do this! We can do this! We can do this, us all!”

Santa can bring all the good Holiday cheer,
But it’s to the families, the staff, to the babies so dear.
Let the NICU be safe, happy and sound
And for well wishes of homecoming, always resound!


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