Huggies Revisits the Baby Whose Ultrasound It 3-D Printed for a Blind Mom

Can real hugs match virtual ones?

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Sequels are tough. Ultimately, they're rarely evaluated on their own terms. The mere existence of a sequel, in most cases, means something noteworthy, and oftentimes excellent, came before. So from the start, there's an unfair standard of comparison. 

Such is the case with "Murilo's First 100 Days."

The three-minute film by ad shop Mood for Huggies Brazil follows last year's viral smash "Meeting Murilo," which told the true story of a sight-impaired woman, Tatiana, who comes to know her unborn son by touching a lifelike 3-D printed model of the baby created from an ultrasound scan.

In the new video, we watch as Tatiana bonds with Murilo, who is now newborn.

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