Mar 26

Washington-based artist Paula Strawn makes a living bringing joy to families everywhere by painting babies’ corrective helmets with fantastic, customized designs. The helmets are used to help infants who have flat head syndrome, a common condition in which babies’ heads appear flat. Instead of inspiring pity or worry in passersby like the plain helmets normally do, the decorated helmets help to spark conversation and interest.

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