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CREATIVE MUM DECORATES 'ONE IN A MILLION' TODDLER'S LIFE-SAVING MEDICAL HELMET FOR CHRISTMAS, HALLOWEEN AND REMEMBRANCE DAY - AND EVEN GIVES TEDDY ONE TOO - Storytrender
The creative mum of a 'one in a million' baby born with a rare brain tumour has decorated his life-saving medical helmet for Christmas, Halloween and Remembrance Day to make it look nicer - and even given his teddy one too.George Devlin, from Plymouth, Devon, was born with excess fluid on his brain and a brain tumour so had to undergo life-changing surgery to remove the mass and drain the fluid at just 10 weeks old, causing him to need a plagiocephaly helmet.The tot, now 18 months old, was forced to wear the helmet 23 hours a day for nine months to help reshape his head.So make the 'ugly' clear plastic helmet look nicer, George's mum, Stephanie Day, 27, decorated it for special occasions such as Easter, Halloween and Remembrance Sunday.