Logan, aged nine months, has had to peer through the clear walls of his make-shift home in a hospital ward and wasn’t even allowed a kiss from his mother.
The baby has a rare condition which affects his immune system called Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Syndrome. The slightest infection could be fatal.
After successfully receiving a stem-cell transplant and blood transfusion in November, he was given the all clear to come out of the bubble and move to the halfway house to recover.
His parents are now free to smother him with love and kisses, which he probably loves. For the first time they can take him for walks and he is able to crawl about. The disease affects just one in 100,000 babies, but it can be cured if diagnosed early enough.
Logan has been recovering so well that doctors think that he may be home in 4 weeks. We wish the family well!!