Forget a professional photoshoot. This scene at AHN West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh is the perfect way to introduce newborns to the world.
According to CBS Pittsburgh, the hospital selected four budding thespians to help celebrate the 80th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz." The scarecrow and Dorothy were the most vocal, while the Tin Man looked as though he could sleep through a fight with the wicked witch of the west. I, for one, would like to scoop up the Cowardly Lion for a snuggle.
This photo op reminds me of another milestone event for those making their earthly debut: When Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born on May 6, a nurse at a San Francisco hospital crocheted gold crowns for those newborns who share the little royal's birthday.