She Thought This Was Dirt On Her Child, But Then She Made An Awful Realization

As the temperatures begin hotter and summer inches nearer, the kiddos will need simply to run and play outside.

Regardless of whether your child is relaxing by the pool, making new companions at summer camp, or just playing around in the yard, their security could be at hazard. While guardians develop worried about sun introduction and mosquito chomps, there’s another warm-climate lowlife you have to keep an eye out for. This year, a wide range of ticks will be out in full compel.

Furthermore, as one mother learned, not all ticks are made equivalent. Seed ticks are little bugs that can make gigantic cerebral pains for children and guardians alike.

Beka Setzer and her three-year-old little girl Emmalee were playing in the yard when the concerned mother saw what she thought to be spots of earth covering her little girl’s knees.

Beka Setzer and her three-year-old daughter Emmalee were playing in the yard when the concerned mom noticed what she thought to be specks of dirt covering her daughter’s knees.

That’s when she tried brushing the specks off. Oddly, they wouldn’t budge.

That's when she tried brushing the specks off. Oddly, they wouldn't budge.

Upon closer inspection, Setzer discovered the spots were in fact tiny seed ticks that had attached themselves to the young girl’s knees.

Upon closer inspection, Setzer discovered the spots were in fact tiny seed ticks that had attached themselves to the young girl’s knees.

Seed ticks are the larval form of adult ticks and they attach themselves to hosts just like their mature counterparts.

Seed ticks are the larval form of adult ticks and they attach themselves to hosts just like their mature counterparts.

The worst part is that they tend to show up in massive groups.

The worst part is that they tend to show up in massive groups.

When Setzer’s daughter awoke the next day, she was covered in tiny red welts.

When Setzer’s daughter awoke the next day, she was covered in tiny red welts.

Emmalee’s lymph nodes were severely swollen, which sent Mom rushing to the hospital with her little one.

Emmalee’s lymph nodes were severely swollen, which sent Mom rushing to the hospital with her little one.

Thankfully Emmalee tested negative for Lyme disease, but as a result of the tick bites, a large cyst on her lymph nodes had to be surgically removed.

Thankfully Emmalee tested negative for Lyme disease, but as a result of the tick bites, a large cyst on her lymph nodes had to be surgically removed.

Setzer is sharing the ordeal in an attempt to let parents know how careful they have to be this summer. Be sure to share this with all the moms and dads in your life!