New York, NY — Baby Einstein is coming to the Big Apple soon.
The newborn baby Einstein was born on September 30 at the New York City-based Babies Are Beautiful Center in Harlem.
Einstein is a two-year-old baby who has had the same mother since birth.
“Einstein was born with a disability that we are very proud of,” said Dr. Domenico Zappini, the pediatrician and co-founder of Babies are Beautiful Center.
“He has been blessed with extraordinary talent, a unique ability and incredible heart.”
Einstein will make his public debut in his new home on September 31.
He will make the move to New York in September, at the end of his first week at the hospital, with his mother, the Center for the Performing Arts (CPA).
“We are thrilled to be moving him from the Bronx to New Jersey,” said CPA President and CEO Dr. Pauline Binkowski.
“Our hope is that he will continue to have the same kind of impact that he has already had.”
Einstein’s mother, Maria, is expecting their third child in September and said she will stay in New Jersey to care for her baby boy.
Einstein’s new home will be located on West 44th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, with a new entrance just across the street.
“We’re really excited to be able to move our baby from a Bronx hospital to a new home,” said Maria Einstein.
“It’s a great honor to be with Einstein at CPA.”
Einstein, a one-year old baby, was born Sept. 30 at Babies Is Beautiful Center, an NYC-based nonprofit organization that has been providing medical care and education to children with Down syndrome, a condition where a baby has a disorder called Down syndrome.
Einstein will be brought to the Bronx in September to begin the first weeks of his life.
He is being brought to New Yorker hospitals for surgeries and treatments that will include a heart transplant and a transplant of his brain to help his brain function.
“This is the first surgery we have done for a Down syndrome baby,” said Zappino.
“To date, we have treated more than 1,000 patients, including babies with Down’s syndrome, who have had life-changing surgeries. “
“Through this collaboration with CPA, Einstein is also able to benefit from the support of our network of partners. “
“Many of our partners and donors include people with Down Syndrome, parents, grandparents, and friends, as well as our many employees and staff who are committed to bringing joy to all children who are living with the condition.” “
CPA is committed to providing high-quality care for all of its patients, regardless of race, religion, or ability. “
Many of our partners and donors include people with Down Syndrome, parents, grandparents, and friends, as well as our many employees and staff who are committed to bringing joy to all children who are living with the condition.”
CPA is committed to providing high-quality care for all of its patients, regardless of race, religion, or ability.
Einstein and his mother have lived in Harlem for the past four years.
“Maria Einstein is very excited to finally be moving from the City of New York to a home of her own in New York,” said CPA President and COO Dr. Elizabeth Tabb.
“She is a loving mother, who has spent the past two years caring for her son and is excited to begin a new chapter in his life.”
Zappani said Einstein’s father is very happy to be living in New Yorker and to have Einstein as part of his family.
“A great partnership with CPAs New York staff and volunteers and our staff is very important to Einstein’s development and development of his body and his life,” said Binkowsky.
“I am so grateful to the staff and CPAs at Babys Are Beautiful and CPA New York for their incredible support and caring.”
Einstein and the new home were not chosen for their special features and features were chosen by the CPAs staff and donors.
“There is no special care given to babies with a special disability, or to babies of a particular race or ethnicity,” said Pauline Zappina.
Zappinci said Einstein is going to have a great time living at CPAs new home, and she said he is very loving and wants to be around other babies. “
Their special needs are not a big deal, and they are not seen as something special or special to their family,” she added.
Zappinci said Einstein is going to have a great time living at CPAs new home, and she said he is very loving and wants to be around other babies.
“His life has been so much fun,” said Einstein.
Zappa said Einstein and Maria Einstein are very happy with their new home.
“Baby Einstein is doing a great job,” said Kati Kappina, the co-owner of the Babies is Beautiful Center who is working with Zappa and the CPA to find a permanent home for Einstein.
She said Einstein has a great smile and loves to play. “All