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  • n. Plural form of layette.


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  • The sewing group currently donates "layettes," or baby baskets, to Vail Valley Medical Center and St. Anthony's Summit Medical Center.

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  • Bertha Landsman, a public health nurse trained in New York, followed in the footsteps of Kaplan and Landy; she sought to reduce the soaring infant mortality rates that then obtained in Palestine by offering free layettes and pasteurized milk to parents who gave birth in Rothschild Hospital as well as by improving sanitary conditions at childbirth by educating midwives.

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  • I'm talking about the luxury strollers and designer layettes that ultimately give way to $100 toddler jeans, homemade baby food delivery services, parenting coaches and preschool scouts.

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  • Think of all of those fancy "must-have" strollers, diaper wipe warmers and designer layettes and it isn't difficult to comprehend that figure.

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  • But children in the unoccupied part of France needed milk, layettes, and vitamins.

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  • There he saw baby clothes, books, and layettes "all new or nearly new and stacked floor to ceiling."

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  • I've mentioned in other posts that I joned the American Legion Women's Auxiliary here, which has helped the CASA midwifery program in such areas as providing baby layettes for the midwifes to take out into the rural areas.

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  • At Another Way, teens and women who have an unplanned pregnancy are offered formula, diapers, layettes, etc. as they learn the skills of managing their life with finances, budget and spiritual tutoring.

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  • We also help CASA and its midwife training program, giving the midwives layettes for the dozen or so newborns they deliver out in the campos each month, many of the families with only newspapers to wrap their newborns in.


  • The Auxiliary is terrific -- they do layettes for the general hospital for new parents who come to the hospital with only newspapers to take their newborns home in, they decorated the children's wards of the hospital so they would be more cheery, and they supply school materials and computers to half a dozen of the poorest rural schools outside SMA.

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