Fresno, California 2020-11-19 09:15:56 –
No haircut was done because he is a big fan of Harry Potter or a lover of Zeus. It is to honor his son.
Tyne’s son Hunter was born with the plates in his head causing the premature fusion.
“It really made me keenly aware. It was very disastrous that he could have some serious problems,” his mother, Daniel Tines, said in an interview with KMOV.
At 21 months, the hunter went under the knife to undergo reconstructive skull surgery.
“So he was cut open from ear to ear, and his skull had to be completely reshaped,” Jonathan said.
The surgery went well and the doctor cut a zigzag pattern across his skull. Its zigzag design was chosen to help his hair come back and hide his scars.
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For most of his head, the zigzag design worked, but the scar tissue on the sides of the head did not cooperate-leaving the hunter a kind of lightning bolt on the sides of the head.
The visual reminders of his surgery made the hunter stand out. It was what he became more and more self-conscious.
“I said,’Your lightning is really cool. I wish I could do it,'” said Jonathan. “And he goes,’Well, why don’t you? Why? Do you not have them? If they are so cool, why don’t you get them? ”I said,“ OK, then I will. ”
That’s what Jonathan did. He went to a barbershop and shaved the scars of a replica lightning strike on his hair.
“The message that flowed in, the people who said how it touched them, it was really incredible,” Jonathan said.
And the most important critics agree that the hunter told his father that they were happy that they were best friends.
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