Most expecting mothers get a chance to see an ultrasound of their baby before they’re born. But that wasn’t the case for Tatiana Guerra, who became blind at the age of 17. Since she couldn't see the ultrasound screen, Guerra was left wondering what her son would look like until he was born and she could touch his face. Huggies decided to surprise the mother-to-be with a 3D print of the ultrasound. They captured the moment in a short film that's sure to dissolve you into a puddle of tears ... Discuss

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