So, you’ve got a beautiful little girl who, to you, is perfect in every conceivable way. Except for one. I mean, it’s not like it bothers you at all, but she does have this kind of unsightly bright red birth mark stretching down the entire length of her right leg. As far as you’re concerned, it’s one of the many things that make her special. But…
Well, let’s face it: a good percentage of the people in this world are sentient piles of walking garbage who get off on making people feel bad about the things that make them unique. And you just know that these people are going to come after your daughter and her birth mark eventually. What do you do? Is there any way that you can make her feel a little less isolated in her experience?
Actually yes. You can do what these two parents of the year in Britain did:
Tanya and Adam Phillips had been planning on getting some matching tattoos for some time, but it wasn’t until they started noticing people staring and pointing at their daughter 18-month-old daughter Honey-Rae’s splotchy birth mark that they figured out what their design would be.