Many of us are born with birthmarks somewhere on our bodies. They make us unique from other individuals. However, they're usually just little splodges that do not look much like anything.
But one lucky little boy from Turkey was born with a unique and unusual birthmark on his forehead that's in the shape of a heart. His parents, Murat and Ceyda, say that they often get stopped in the street when people catch sight of their son. Not only do they have nice things to say, but some want to take a picture of him.
Murat explained that he was the first person to recognize the birthmark on his son's head, according to The Epoch Times. When he was born, the nurses began cleaning him up when he noticed the sweet mark on his forehead. Now four years old, the tot continues to have the visible heart on his face as clear as day. His parents were overjoyed with the heart-shaped birthmark, as they believe that it was a "gift from God."
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