The sweet moment a baby from Georgia first heard clearly was caught and shared by the eleven-month-old ecstatic family of the 1
"We've been hiking to Athens for the last 8 months, Milledgeville and Augusta, to find out where she was in the spectrum," said Carol Benjamin, Scarlet's mother, to Fox 5 Atlanta. "Nobody could read their scans well."
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According to Benjamin, her daughter had a necrotizing enterocolitis after birth
Baby Scarlet can be seen in the video posted on Facebook hear the sound of her mother's and big sister's loud laughter break out after she's been fitted with her hearing aids.
"It was a long and emotional experience," Benjamin wrote in part on Facebook. "She reacted to most of the noise, and we thought she could hear pretty well. From what I see today, it was not as good as I thought. Hearing aids make the difference!
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Benjamin thanked Atlanta Hearing Associates for "one of the very best days of our lives".