hemangioma

"People tend to immediately pity people who look different and I would like to change that conversation."
Sophie is 14 now. Today, she suffers fools only when she is busking with her ukulele and eager to supplement her lipstick
When Lauren Holsten picked up professional photos of her 18-month-daughter, she noticed a big difference in her child’s appearance
I want my kid to know that her hemangioma is no big deal, but I also want to protect her from a world that wants to weigh in.
People who knew Chloe saw a spunky, smiley, and beautiful kid; strangers just stared at that thing on her head. The pediatrician brushed off my concerns, saying it was just a cosmetic issue. But I couldn't help the nagging feeling that her birthmark would always enter the room before she did.