BURLINGTON, Vermont -- A New Hampshire boy is back on his feet after having surgery for a rare condition called craniosynostosis.
Just two days after having major skull surgery on October 16, Heather Figeuroa's 23-month-old son Branson was walking in Vermont Medical Center in Burlington.
Figeuroa tells Storyful that Branson was born with craniosynostosis, a birth defect in which the bones in a baby's skull join together too early.
Branson is now back home smiling and doing great.
Figeuroa says she's been sharing Branson's progress to raise awareness about craniosynostosis.
Mother shares heartwarming video of son walking for first time after major skull surgery
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