Family is thrilled to see son without arms and legs begin to walk
At age 4, the little Camden Whiddon is symbol of strength is overcoming. The little boy was born with focomelia, a rare condition that prevents the formation of the arms and legs. Although she is a very smart and intelligent child, Camden is struggling to do activities that seem to be minimal to others.
To show a little of this story, Katie Whiddon, the boy's mother, makes a point of sharing with her Instagram followers several moments . On Monday, she posted an exhilarating video of her son taking the first steps, after so much training and persistence. "With a little training and a conversation with his father (Cole), Camden finally learned to I'm so proud of Camden and I'm so blessed to be your mother, "wrote Katie.
In addition to Camden, Katie has two more children , Ryleigh and Jaxton. And despite the illness, the boy has a normal life with his brothers. "He can draw, paint, sit alone, eat, wash his face, brush his teeth, climb stairs and so many other things," says the mother.
The boy's mother discovered the son's 18-week ultrasound disease . Your parents are already in the process of getting prosthetic limbs for their legs.
Family is thrilled to see son without arms and legs start walking - photo: Reproduction / Instagram
"Babies experience a complex world in which sounds, lights and sensations vary constantly. and realizing what's going to happen.Accepting these patterns involves important cognitive work and improving that ability early can have positive learning effects, "said study co-author Patricia Kuhl. Like the music, the language also has patterns and when it is possible to identify one of them, the baby will be easier to unveil others.
A study by the University of Auckland, New Zealand, shows that eating fast food - such as hamburgers and fries - can increase the risk of children suffering from asthma, rhinitis and eczema. The work is part of the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood, which involves dozens of countries and nearly 2 million children.