A mother from Neath has started making special hospital pyjamas for children who need to be examined by medical staff.
Kayleigh Whitton’s daughter Lani spent her first days in hospital after being born at 32 weeks. She said was concerned about Lani’s vulnerability and comfort whilst kept in a nappy for examinations by medical staff.
She decided to make her daughter a pair of pyjamas to make her more comfortable, but still accessible for examinations.
Since May last year, Kayleigh has been working with two other women as part of charity Wrap Pyjama Fairies, creating dressing gowns and pyjamas to help children in hospital feel more comfortable.
There are now hundreds of volunteers sewing and supplying pyjamas to hospitals across the UK and the charity have so far fitted around a thousand children with pyjamas.