Deaconess Women's Hospital is providing something to help parents of little ones when out at the county fairs this year.

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What is a Snuggle Station?

At the Warrick County Fair and Vanderburgh County Fairs this year, Deaconess Women's Hospital announced they will be providing a Snuggle Station each evening from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.  So what is a Snuggle Station?  It's a place where moms can go to feed their babies, get a break from the heat, and change diapers.

Here is what Deaconess Women's Hospital had to say about the Snuggle Station on Facebook:

Moms - If you visit the Warrick and Vanderburgh County Fair, our Snuggle Station is open for business each evening from 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM. You can get out of the heat to feed and change your baby.
Warrick County Fair 7/18 - 7/23
Vanderburgh County Fair 7/25 - 7/30
Thank you to Basden's American RV Center | Evansville, IN for donating the RV that we are utilizing for our Snuggle Station at both the Warrick County and Vanderburgh County Fairs.

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Very Helpful For Parents of Babies

As a new mom myself, this is absolutely something I appreciate.  While Riley is now 9 months old (can you even believe that??) and he's getting a little more independent each day, he's still a baby, and taking him to events can be quite a struggle.  When he's hot he doesn't understand and it makes him fussy, plus not to mention trying to find a place to change a diaper at events can sometimes be a struggle. So something like this would actually be a huge help and make events more fun for my whole family.  It would provide a place for me to take Riley to get him out of the heat for a bit, and a place where if I needed to change his diaper, I could do that easily and in the air conditioning.  I appreciate that Deaconess Women's Hospital will be providing something like this, I know this would absolutely be a huge help for me and my family!

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