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Florida's first lady Ann Scott visits Tampa General Hospital

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Florida first lady Ann Scott, left, talks with Katie Kraft while holding Kraft's newborn daughter, Colbie, at Tampa General on Tuesday. Scott visited the hospital to hand out copies of her baby journal, Love. Read. Learn!, which encourages parents to read to their babies and start healthy habits right away. Scott will visit Weeki Wachee Springs today. For video, go to tampabay.com/video.

 Florida First Lady Ann Scott, left, talks with Katie Kraft while holding Krafts new born daughter Colbie at Tampa General Hospital Tuesday, June 10, 2014.  Scott visited the hospital to hand out copies of her baby journal entitled Love. Read. Learn! which encourages parents to read to their new baby and start healthy habits right away.

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Florida First Lady Ann Scott, left, talks with Katie Kraft while holding Krafts new born daughter Colbie at Tampa General Hospital Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Scott visited the hospital to hand out copies of her baby journal entitled Love. Read. Learn! which encourages parents to read to their new baby and start healthy habits right away.

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