New Jersey baby face mom Molly Schubert, 37, says she’s not looking to talk to the media about her baby’s facial appearance.
Schuber says she has always had a baby face, but now her family and friends are more concerned about her appearance.
She says her mother is trying to work through the issue and hopes to find the right therapist for the baby, who was born with a birth defect.
Schubert’s husband is a psychologist and has been helping with her recovery.
Schumert said she doesn`t want to discuss her appearance, saying that her parents are still trying to figure out the best way to help her.
She is hoping to get a better therapist, but she is trying not to let her family down.
Schurts are a family that’s been together for 25 years and the two of them are still married.
She said they’re trying to get help for the little girl, who is about one month old.
She added that she feels like she is still in denial about what happened to her baby face.
Schults family and neighbors said that they didn`t notice anything abnormal about her face until they heard about her family.
She lives in a two-story house in the area of East Brunswick and West Orange, and says she tries to avoid talking to the press or anyone about her birth defect or child.
Schutz has been working with a therapist, who has told her she is fine, but still has to deal with some emotions.
She also is still unsure of what to tell her parents, as they are still dealing with the same emotions.
Schultert is one of more than 10,000 babies who have been born with congenital birth defects.
Schutler says that the family of her daughter has also struggled with grief and dealing with social isolation.
Schuti’s daughter is one in a series of infants with birth defects who have died in recent years.
Her daughter, who had cerebral palsy, died on Oct. 3, 2016, at the age of 4.
The family also lost a child who had a birth deformity, a baby who was premature, a girl who was just four months old and a boy who was nearly 6 months old.