17 July 2018 | Your Stories
Recently the Daily Mail had an interesting article in one of their issues. The article concerned a baby scan that showed a guardian angel. It’s an interesting article and we have shared it here for you to enjoy. You can see the original, and the baby scan photo by clicking here.
A mum claims her baby son’s ‘guardian angel’ grandad appeared in a scan photo to look over her child – and even helped save his life from meningitis after he was born.
Gemma Hughes, 25, spotted what she says is the face of her partner Dane Curran’s late father Ian in the black and white scan of her son Vinnie.
The boy was a rainbow baby after Gemma had suffered a devastating miscarriage in 2015, and Gemma believes Ian was watching over his grandson.
She now credits him for being behind their intuition to take Vinnie to a hospital when he was seriously ill with bacterial meningococcal meningitis at just 10 weeks old.
It felt like the family couldn’t escape the infection – as Dane had nearly died from it as a baby and it had also killed his brother at just four months old.
Gemma now keeps a copy of the scan on her bedside table and claims a little bit of Ian remains with Vinnie each day, as the 22-month-old has his grandad’s name as his middle name.
The mum-of-two, from Sheffield, South Yorks, said: “We were riding home in the car after having the scan and I opened up the picture to look at it, and I was admiring it, like you do, and noticed the face at the top.
“I spotted it straight away as it is quite blatant. It’s just bang, there looking down. It’s as if it’s in the clouds looking down, it’s quite magical really.
“Straight away we knew who it was. We put Ian’s photo against it and it’s the same shaped face. The nose is identical and everything.
“We believe he was there for a reason, and that he came down to protect the baby for fear they could have meningitis.
“We believe that he is the baby’s guardian angel and that’s why he’s showing up on this scan picture.
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