Hospital stays can be uncomfortable for children.and one Omaha mother has been hard at work to help change that.
Katie Clark's daughter Isabella spent several months over the past two years in the hospital receiving treatment for leukemia.
Clark and a friend decided to start Iz-Bee Jammies and collect new pajamas that are donated to children staying at the hospitals.
The goal is to provide comforts of home.
"A friend of mine, Val, came to me with an idea to collect jammies for the kids at the hospital," Clark explained in an interview with WOWT 6 News.
"I just thought that was such a great idea especially with how much my daughter Isabella loved wearing her own pajamas instead of the hospital gowns. It's so much more comfortable and it makes them feel a little bit more comfortable and a little more homey.
Iz Bee's provides pajamas to a number of area hospitals.
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