Feel Good Story of the Week: 2-Year Year Old Takes First Steps with Prosthetic, Says "I Got It:
Editor’s Note: I dare you not to grin from ear to ear!
[Source: USA Today]
‘I got it. I got it. I got it!
Kayden Kinckle conveys such determination in a viral video posted to YouTube on July 4 of himself learning how to walk with prosthetics.
He repeats the phrase over and over again, becoming more confident with each step. The video has 215,849 views so far and has been receiving positive responses from viewers.
Mother Nikki Sessoms of Englewood, N.J., writes on YouTube that her 2-year-old son was born with an Omphalocele. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines it as a birth defect of the abdominal wall, which can cause an infant’s organs to stick outside of the belly.
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