Claremore Progress:

Claremore native Caroline Holland said God gave her the skill she needed, in the moment she needed it when she began painting cranial helmets for her daughter.

Texas Medical Center:

If your baby has to wear a cranial helmet, it might as well be cool and custom-painted. That's the theory behind Happier Helmets, a home business Caroline Holland launched after her months-old daughter was prescribed a cranial helmet to help reshape her skull. Holland embellished the helmet with pink flowers and delicate details; soon, other parents were placing orders. Holland doesn’t charge for her hand-painted designs and paints 20 to 25 helmets every month. Read more at TMC News — #cranialhelmet

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CBS Sunday Morning:

This mom paints custom cranial helmets, which are used to correct the shape of a baby's skull. Here's how her own experience led to this project.