Here is Matilda Callaghan’s story. The girl covered in Polka Dots.

Due to Rebecca Callaghan’s problematic pregnancy, healthcare experts chose to induce labor early. Sadly, the infant had a blue mark that extended from her face to her torso.

Sturge Weber’s syndrome, a highly uncommon neurological skin condition, was identified as Matilda’s condition. Unfortunately, this illness can result in paralysis, convulsions, and learning problems.

When Matilda was severely ill, the Adler Hey Children’s Hospital was contacted. The parents explained that they were unable to accompany their little daughter to the hospital and that all they could do was wait to learn whether they would ever get to see their child again.