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Foot In Mouth errrrr Foot In Brain?

13 January 2009 3 Comments

Well, just when you thought you'd heard it all, something comes along to make you scratch your head and say hmmmmmmmm....

Man, i may have a few interesting stories to tell about my childhood, but i can't imagine standing around the water cooler at work talking about how i had a foot in my brain when i was born!!!!!!!!

Yup, if you haven't seen it on the news today... Here's the story!

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Photo Courtesy Memorial Hospital for Children

A vertical scar on his right temple, above the ear and just where his hairline ends, is the only sign that 3-month-old Sam Esquibel is more than the perfect baby he appears to be. He’s also a medical marvel.

“He is a miracle,” his mother, Tiffnie Esquibel, told TODAY’s Matt Lauer Tuesday in New York as little Sam fussed on her lap. “I just love him so much.”

Sam, dressed in a lumberjack shirt, made his first national appearance on TODAY after making headlines and amazing doctors three days after his Oct. 1 birth. He has become known as the baby born with a foot in his brain, and even three months after the tumor containing the tiny foot and other partially formed body parts was removed during a delicate and successful surgery, doctors are still debating exactly what it was inside baby Sam’s head. Click Here To Read The Rest...

Sooooo, do YOU have any childhood stories to match this one???

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  • Ashley Jayne said:

    dude. ew.

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  • T Edwards said:

    That’s the best damned childhood story I’ve ever read. And to think I was going to tell you about the time I at the goo out of a “Stretch Armstrong” doll I had.

    T

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  • Jake (author) said:

    @ Ashley.. EWW? i think it’s COOL ha

    @ T.. What up! OMG, man i HAVE NOT thought about the Stretch Armstrong in YEARS! Thanks for bringing back that memory! I definitly remember busting up that toy to see what the secret was hahaha!
    Thanks for stopping by!

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