Two years old might sound a tad bit early to get a tattoo, but don't worry, it was painless. Logan Lansborough recently had artist Michael Joseph paint the character Bubbles fromFinding Nemo on his prosthetic right leg, the Huffington Post reports.
Logan was born with congenital absence of the tibia, which required both of his legs to be amputated.
To find out why his parents thinks it's a good idea to decorate his prosthetic leg, read the whole story at the Huffington Post.
Now I know people will say that is not a tattoo, to an amputee it is and you can Google 'tattoos for artificial limbs' to see more.
What are your thoughts on this?
To further pose a question that is tangent, if a tattoo was wanted by a child to cover scars or other issues would you support it?
(You can Google tattoos to cover scars for pictures of that)