Paolo Hospital in the Chokchai 4 neighborhood loves to get festive with their newborns, and for Valentine’s day, babies were posed as little cupids.
The hospital celebrated Feb. 14 by giving brand-new parents a festive photo opportunity. To fit with the Valentine’s Day theme, they decorated their nursery room with colorful balloons, signs, and fur blankets. Of course, little babies got to wear a set of angel wings and outfits covered in hearts.
Some babies got to cuddle up next to a bow and arrow, a symbol of the Roman god of love and desire. Cupid is often portrayed as a winged baby whose bow and arrows overwhelm their targets with immense desire.
If anything encourages couples to have more babies, this is a probably more effective than the government’s awkward recent campaign.