My youngest daughter Clarice was born with a bald spot on the top of her head. Right after her birth, the pediatrician examined her and thought it was a cutis aplasia and said there wasn't anything to worry about. Fast forward to a few months ago when Clarice's bald spot began to grow a small bump on it. I took her to the pediatrician who referred us to a pediatric dermatologist. She diagnosed Clarice with a nevus sebaceous. We then had to see a pediatric plastic surgeon. He recommended removing the growth because it has a chance of becoming cancerous over the course of her lifetime. So tomorrow is the day Clarice has her surgery. Of course, I'm a little nervous for her. I'll give everyone an update tomorrow night.