By Meghan Holohan
Original Source: today.com
Every day that Janet Armbruster entered the baby’s cubicle in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), he was crying shrilly. She’d scoop him up, hold him tight, rock him slowly, softly sing, “You Are My Sunshine” and the tears would stop.
“Every time I sang that, the baby calmed down. I don’t know if he calmed down because I sing so terribly or he liked the song,” Armbruster, 63, told TODAY.
For the past year, Armbruster has been volunteering as a baby cuddler for infants withdrawing…click here to continue reading