Newborn Baby Leo at the Hospital

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    1. Arj Adventures 52 months ago | reply

      I used the picture of your adorable son for my website,, which educates people about sickle cell anemia and current scientific research and treatments for the disease. Umbilical cord blood from newborn babies is very valuable now in order to harvest adult stem cells (non-controversial unlike embryonic stem cells). If the cord blood matches a potential donor, it can save that person's life!

      Hope you like the site :)


    2. René Mouton 44 months ago | reply

      Congratulations on placing second in your challenge #15 "Something new". You may place this photo in the Second Chance Challenge. Good luck with your next challenge.

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    3. Funky Feef 42 months ago | reply

      I have used your lovely photo in an educational pamphlet about the dangers of using alcohol and drugs during pregnancy, for the primary care in Örebro, Sweden. I hope that is ok with you, it's for a very good purpose. :)

      /Fifi Nylander
      professional communicator
      Örebro County Council, Sweden

    4. Fitogsunddk 34 months ago | reply

      Hi, I have used your foto of gorgeus baby Leo on my blog, with a link back.

      My blog is about health and fitness and the article where the photo appear is about training your pelvic floor after childbirth.

    5. BMSBabies 22 months ago | reply

      Such a precious photo! Were currently searching for babies to test the strength of our new swaddler and are creating an Ad for it might we have permission to use this image on the ad? We would send you a copy of the add along with credit on the ad.

    6. hoyoucoms 11 months ago | reply

      Hello. Your baby is so adorable. We would like to use this photo for an article for preventing rubella. Rubella is critical disease for the pregnant especially at early stage. We want to let people know how to avoid contracting rubella. Thank you.

    7. jobabybliss 11 months ago | reply

      I am hoping to use your image on my website: I will attribute the photo to you. Thanks!

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