Great-Great-Grandmother Meets Baby After Six-Month COVID Separation
A 96-year-old woman clapped her hands and shook with joy as she finally got to hold her great-great-grandson for the first time after being separated from her family during the pandemic. More than half a year had passed before Ollie Mae Sutton, from New Hope, Alabama, was paid a surprise visit by baby Beckett Stallings, who was six months old by that point. During the pandemic, Ollie Mae's family thought it best to keep her isolated for health reasons. But once Ollie Mae had been fully vaccinated, her granddaughter Brandi Kiel, 47, Beckett's grandmother, planned a much-needed visit. The meeting took place on Ollie Mae's 96th birthday, on March 20.
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