Baby Girl Born with Giant Bruise on Her Face Worries Mom When Doctor Confirms It Is CMN
Every mother loves their child dearly because their children are the most precious things to them. Nicole Hall felt the same when she gave birth to her daughter named, Winry. Baby Winry was born with an unusual birthmark that first seemed like a bruise or some sort of injury but later turned out to be something else. In reality, it was an uncommon skin condition that caused the pigmentation on her newborn’s face. But despite it all, Nicole doesn’t think that her daughter is ugly in any way. In fact, she quoted a line from Christina Aguilera’s hit song, “Beautiful- You are beautiful, no matter what they say,… cause you are beautiful in every single way.”
10Nicole wants her daughter to live her life believing she is beautiful no matter what anyone says, just like Christina Aguilera’s song ‘beautiful.’
Nicole Hall wants her daughter to believe and live believing in her own beauty despite what people might think or comment about her. This is because she was born with a condition known as congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), which is an extremely unusual birthmark. At birth or within the first year, the pigmented birthmark, known as “CMN,” “also known as a mole,” presents itself on the body.
9Nicole noticed the strange mark on Winry’s face when she held her for the first time after birth.
When Nicole held Winry in her arms for the first time after giving birth to her, she noticed the unusual mark on her baby’s face. She initially thought it was an injury but started thinking it looked more like a mole. In an interview with “Good Morning America,” Nicole said, “When they first handed her to me, I thought it was a bruise, It was then quickly apparent to my husband and I that it was not a bruise. And like the name, I thought it looked a lot like a mole.”
8After learning about her daughter’s condition, she began to raise awareness about CMN.
Nicole is a courageous mother who didn’t let her daughter’s condition pull her down but instead used this experience to raise awareness about CMN. In an Instagram post, she shared a picture of herself, Winry, herself, her elder son, and her husband sitting on the sofa at home to announce the arrival of their newest family member.
7While most would try to get the child’s birthmark removed or cover it up, Nicole chose to let Winry remain with it.
Others might have tried to cover up or remove their child’s birthmark. Then there’s Nicole; she’s a little different. She and her husband and their son quickly came to terms with Winry’s illness and welcomed it. And she’s not afraid to answer questions strangers ask about Winry and her condition called ‘CMN.’