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Grayson's first trip to Maui

February 26, 2014

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1096561?ref=feeds%2Flatest

 

Source - CNN


Grayson was born with metopic craniosynostosis, which is a relatively rare condition where the front of his skull was fused at birth, and could not grow any wider as it normally should. We’re so fortunate to live just a short flight away from Seattle Children’s where Grayson has traveled since he was four months old to receive top notch care at their amazing craniofacial clinic. 

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