Despite the cold weather, it was a beautiful day in a Pittsburgh neighborhood earlier this week on World Kindness Day. That’s where dozens of staff members at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital gathered around to sing as Joanne Rogers, Mr. Rogers’ widow, walked into the lobby beaming. CORNISH: In a small, quieter room, Mrs. Rogers was then introduced to six newborn babies, all of them in a special outfit. CORNISH: In other words, those six newborn babies were dressed up as her late husband and Pittsburgh native Fred Rogers, better known to generations of preschoolers as Mr. Rogers. CAITLIN PECHIN: It was just so sweet. And the first thing she did when I walked in was gave me a hug and a kiss on the cheek. And she’s just one of the nicest ladies I’ve ever met. CORNISH: Patty Genday is the chief nursing officer at Magee-Womens Hospital. She helped organize the event. She thinks Mr. Rogers would have been proud to see what happened. Genday says the resurgence of love for Mr. Rogers is a reminder to us of the good and kind people in the world. PATTY GENDAY: Every day when we turn on the news, we may hear about another tragedy or something catastrophic that happened....