Baby Leo Can See Mom – For The First Time Ever And His Reaction Is Priceless

It takes months for babies to learn to smile, but what happens when a baby is practically blind? Four-month-old Leopold Wilbur Reppond, from Seattle, suffers from oculocutaneous albinism that severely impairs his sight. He had never clearly seen his family, and just “saw” with his hands: knowing his father by the feel of his beard, feeling his mother’s face.

Thanks to special infant glasses from Miraflex, little Leo was finally given the opportunity to see. In the following

He suffers from a rare disease that impairs his sight

But look what happens when he’s given glasses!

“I was overwhelmed with emotion. It’s just very touching”

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