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Baylor Professor Holds Infant for 55-Minute Lecture After Student’s Sitter Falls Through

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📸: Katy Humphrey

📸: Katy Humphrey

When Baylor University professor Darryn Willoughby saw Katy Humphrey’s 4 1/2-month-old daughter starting to fuss in the front row of his class, he didn’t think twice about scooping up the little one and and cradling her during his 55-minute lecture.

Humphrey, who is a wife and full-time mother, brought Millie to class earlier this month after her baby sitter canceled unexpectedly.

“Dr. Willoughby said if I ever needed to bring her to class, he was OK with it, so it made me feel relieved to know I would be able to learn and take care of my daughter.”

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