Baby Girl Born with Giant Bruise on Her Face Worries Mom When Doctor Confirms It Is CMN

6Nicole says that she likes showing her daughter’s birthmark because people have never seen anything like it.

Many people have never seen a birthmark like hers, and Nicole says that’s why she enjoys sharing it. Nicole says- “For a lot of people, this is the first time seeing a birthmark like hers and that’s part of why I enjoy sharing. This is a good conversation for parents with their children to see kids have differences, or for those parents who do have a kid that looks like Winry or has any kind of a birthmark to see their child represented.”

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Nicole says that she likes showing her daughter’s birthmark because people have never seen anything like it.

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5Many parents with Down Syndrome children also commented on Nicole’s Instagram post about Winry.

Many moms and dads who have children with Down syndrome commented on Nicole’s Instagram post of Winry’s very first photo.

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An Instagram user named josie.l.anderson commented- “My daughter was also born with a congenital nevus.”

Another user, urroj_ayesha21 commented- “My baby boy Ahmad❤️ was also born with a birthmark on his face this September😇”

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One more user- alicia.rocha, whose daughter had a birthmark on her face, wrote-“She’s beautiful! My daughter Grace was also born with a birthmark on her face this February!”

Some of Nicole’s followers also wanted to know more about Winry’s condition

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4Some of Nicole’s followers also wanted to know more about Winry’s condition.

Nicole’s followers, who shared their support and love for Winry and her condition, soon started inquiring about it. One such follower, minaguille, asked- “Whats the reason for it? It is not just pigmentation, it affects the texture of her skin. What is it? How can I read about them?”

lc_partyhire wrote- “I was curious to know if it’s something you knew she was going to have? As in could it be picked up in scans or blood work, genetic testing? Or does it run in the family. I’d love to know more about it that’s all ❤️ Much love!”

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Nicole didn’t have to reply to everyone’s questions alone as some of her other followers stepped in with answers

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