Blind Mother Tatiana Guerra Could Only Imagine What Her Unborn Son Might Look Like Until Her Doctor Let Her See Him With 3D Printing
This will absolutely bring tears to your eyes on this Mother’s Day … belo , simplesmente belo.
Without doubt as stated at CNET, one of the most exciting and emotional events for parents about to have a child is getting to see their little tyke through an ultrasound. However, such an exciting moment was not possible for the blind. Not any more. This might be one of the most touching VIDEOS ever as Tatiana Guerra, a blind mother-to-be was provided a way to see her unborn baby for the first time thanks to 3D printing technology. The VIDEO will warm your heart. The video is entitled, ‘Meeting Murilo.’ But before Tatiana feels the actual 3D-printed sonogram of Murilo she reads a message in braille.“I am your son,” she says, laughing and crying all at all once. The 30 year old mom, who lost her sight when she was 17, was 20 weeks pregnant at the time of the exam. The video was uploaded on 4/30/15 and at last check it had 8,338,785 views.
A blind mother-to-be was able to “see” her unborn baby boy thanks to the advanced technology of 3D printing.
Tatiana Guerra didn’t think she could look forward to the moment many parents anticipate when they see their unborn child for one of the first times. But little did Guerra know what a surprise she was in for when she got to “see” her baby boy, Murilo in a way she probably never would have expected.
Guerra, who was 20-weeks pregnant at the time of her sonogram visit, lost her sight when she was 17, according to 3Dprint.com. Now 30, Guerra could only imagine what Murilo looks like now and what he’ll look like once he’s born.
“Mommy can’t wait to feel your little body, your little face, your little hands,” Guerra says in a video uploaded to YouTube April 30.
She then describes to the doctor how she imagines her baby boy will feel: ”His nose like a little potato, a small mouth, a chubby little hand.”
The 30-year-old, who lost her sight aged 17, is then handed a printout by her doctor.
She firstly runs her finger over a line of Braille at the top of the tablet, which reads “I am your son.”
Guerra then bursts out into tears of joy as she carefully caresses and traces the rest of the special ultrasound.
“I’m very happy to meet Murilo … before he’s born,” she says.