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Atlanta hospital shares sweet photo of baby before heading home from the NICU

Baby Harper (Source: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Facebook screenshot) Baby Harper (Source: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Facebook screenshot)

ATLANTA, GA (WTVM) – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is spreading a little joy on social media.

The hospital posted an adorable picture of a NICU patient, baby Harper.

“This tiny smile brought to you by Harper after learning she was going home after nearly three weeks in the NICU,” Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta posted on Facebook.

The post received thousands of likes with encouraging comments. 

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