There’s nothing quite like seeing your unborn child for the first time on an ultrasound.
Expectant mother Tatiana Guerra, 30, assumed she’d never have that privilege.
Guerra lost her sight at the age of 17.
Thanks to 3D-printing technology, however, Guerra was able to “meet” her unborn son, Murilo.
Huggies Brazil commissioned ad agency Mood and 3D-printing firm The Goodfellas to create the unforgettable experience.
“If you could touch him, would that let you know what he’s like?” the supervising doctor asked Guerra.
“Yes,” she replied, unaware that she was moments away from having that opportunity.
Watch the blind mother-to-be get surprised with a 3D-printed rendering of the ultrasound in the sweet video from Huggies Brazil. (Maybe grab a tissue first.)
“I’m very happy to meet Murilo…before he’s born,” a tearful yet grateful Guerra said, still holding onto the bust of her baby boy.
The heartwarming moment is part of Huggies’ #CountingTheDays campaign.
Its tagline: “Every mom deservesRead More »from 3D printing allows blind mom-to-be to 'see' her son