For such a little person, Bianca Mombrun had some big problems.
But yesterday, the prematurely born infant was released from St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore after a successful two-month stay.
Bianca was born Aug. 28 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 13 weeks early, while her mother, Magaly Anglade of New Carrollton, in Prince George's County, was visiting the Caribbean.
The fragile baby was healthy, but she needed advanced care that Haiti could not provide. Her mother wanted to leave immediately for Maryland and more up-to-date medical facilities, but a bureaucratic snag developed over the mother's marital status when proof was not immediately available she was married to a U.S. citizen, Reginald Mombrun.