The Beautiful Moment a Blind Woman ‘Sees’ Her Unborn Baby for the First Time

For an expectant mother, seeing your unborn child for the first time during an ultrasound exam is a special moment. But mothers with visual impairments don’t usually get to experience this. Until now.

In the video below, watch as Tatiana, a blind soon-to-be mother from Brazil, gets to “see” her unborn child for the first time thanks to a 3D-printed model of the sonogram of her son. Huggies Brazil worked together with advertising agency Mood and 3D printing firm The Goodfellas to complete the project and give Tatiana this special moment, according to Ad Week.

Watch the video below to see the moment Tatiana “meets” her unborn son:

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