Mom Hopes To Show That ‘Differences’ Are Beautiful By Sharing Daughter’s Rare Birthmark

In a world where social media, diet advice, and fashion advice are commonplace, it's critical to keep in mind that individuals come in a variety of hues, forms, and sizes. We all have the right to be who we are, individually. We frequently have unique birthmarks, brown hair, blue eyes, or both at birth. Congenital melanocytic nevi, often known as CMN, is an extremely uncommon birthmark that Winry Hall had.

Winry's mother, Nicole Hall, first believed her infant had a bruise or a giant mole; however, they later learned that it was actually an uncommon birthmark that appears in tiny and large sizes.

As a result of the challenges her daughter would encounter as a result of such a birthmark, she has been on a quest to alter how the world perceives beauty. In order to raise awareness for her situation, Winry's mother created a social media profile where she posts updates on the infant's daily activities. Since her daughter's diagnosis, Nicole has promoted and used social media to teach the world that it's acceptable to be unique. On Tiktok, Nicole has amassed over 201,000 followers, and her videos highlight Winry's happiness despite having a rare birthmark.

According to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the newborn infant may have a higher chance of acquiring melanoma in the future as a result of her diagnosis. The mother of the little girl declares to the public that despite the diagnosis, her family would continue to make additional efforts to protect the small child's skin.

Nicole discussed her efforts to spread awareness about Winry on Good Morning America. She said that:

"I like sharing it because for a lot of individuals, this is their first time seeing a birthmark like hers... Parents who have children that resemble Winry or who have any sort of birthmark should have this dialogue with their children so that they can realize how different children may be.

Nicole has an Instagram account with more than 104,000 followers where she posts pictures and videos of Winry and her brother Asher to help normalize CMN in addition to TikTok. The family has connected with children who are much like Winry on the other side of the world as a result of Nicole's passion for sharing Winry's story on social media.

We need to speak with numerous Brazilians who have birthmarks, Nicole remarked. We enjoy chatting to one of them since she has one that is almost exactly like Winry's.

Winry's health is still the family's first concern, despite Nicole's concentration on raising awareness of CMN and interacting with others, which has kept her busy.

I'm careful with headgear, and we have to keep an eye on her with the sunscreen," Nicole added. As we get older, I know our dermatology appointments will become our closest friends, she said.

Nicole told GMA that Winry is the picture of happiness even though she deals with hardships on a daily basis.

She's the happiest baby I've ever seen, hands down. Her mother remarked, "She laughs or screams virtually constantly. She's already a huge talker, Nicole said. She tells you how it is and she already has some sassiness, so I believe we're in for a lot, even if we haven't talked much," she remarked.

She clarified that although Winry has a high risk of developing melanoma, she is closely watched and shielded from the sun by wearing hats and sunscreen. She thought Winry's mental state may become her biggest issue in the future. She claims that her mental health is currently the main cause for concern. Many individuals are interested in learning more about her possible childhood experiences with bullying. Sincerity be damned, I believe a lot of it results from ignorance and having never seen it before.

She had never seen a birthmark like Winry's until having her daughter in her arms. Additionally, she added:

I don't mind that other people haven't noticed it, but I do wish it were different. These discrepancies become more commonplace the more you see them. Because of this, we share.
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