The toddler injured when a flash-bang grenade went off in his crib walked out of the hospital Tuesday.
His family shared this video with CBS46.com.
Baby Bounekahm "Bou Bou" Phonesavanh suffered third-degree burns to his chest and face after sheriff's deputies in Habersham County threw the device into the toddler's crib.
Bou Bou's family said they are returning to Wisconsin, where they lived before their home there burned down.
A going away breakfast will be held Wednesday morning at Delightful Eatz on Edgewood Avenue in southeast Atlanta.
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