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 Oct. 16, Heather Figeuroa's 23-month-old son Branson was walking in Vermont Medical Center in Burlington.
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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.
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Video shows boy walking for 1st time after major skull surgery