The boy’s name is Enzo, and he is a little over a year old. His mother, Carolina Giraldelli, was taken aback by the large birthmark that was present on her son’s face when he was first delivered.
After further investigation, it was discovered that Enzo was born with a melanocytic nevus.
It does not pose any health risks, and it shows up in the very early stages of fetal development.
Everything was OK, but the fact that others stared at her kid with pitying glances, some people looked at her child with scorn, and some people looked at her child with disgust caused the mother a great deal of distress.
Carolina did all in her power to demonstrate to everyone else that her kid is the same as everyone else’s children, that he is healthy, and that he does not pose a danger to society.
The lady made the decision for herself, “Starting today, I have to transform into a completely new person who will be much more courageous, daring, and audacious.”
A guy who is willing and able to overcome all of the challenges that my kid will encounter in the years to come.
She drew the same birthmark on her face and went about all day in that manner so that she might experience what it will be like for her child in the future.
She had a wide range of feelings as a result of this experiment, both happy and bad. However, pride was the feeling that dominated her most at that time. She described how she felt to her daughter as “the proudest mother in the world.”
After posting images of them together on social networking sites, Carolina was taken aback when an avalanche of praises and a plethora of words of encouragement from people they didn’t even know poured in from all directions.
The relieved mother realized that she had done everything correctly.