Look how this girl who will always be the size of a doll lives . .
We present to you this little beauty. When you look at him, at first you don’t notice anything abnormal, he is sitting in a stroller. But then it becomes clear that she is a medium-sized doll and not a child.
This little girl is called Abigail, who was born with a very rare dwarf egg. Unfortunately, even modern medicine could not help the girl. She is the size of a two-year-old child, she has a sister who is only two years older than her but looks like a giant next to her.
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In order to make the girl’s everyday life more comfortable, a special children’s closet was built for her, where there are toys and household items.
Experts believe that if a girl grows up a little, she can lead a normal life. Over time, he will learn to walk, talk, learn and acquire a profession that matches his abilities. Parents hoped that one day medicine would find a way to help their child.
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Abigail Lee has a rare condition called Primordial Microcephalic Osteodysplastic Dwarfism Type II, which means she will only grow to about 2 feet tall.
According to the Daily Mail website , Emily Lee, 25, and mother of Abigail, was told for the first time that her baby was not growing normally while she was still pregnant.
Abigail was born weighing just 900 grams, and even though she was 2 years old, her size hasn’t changed much.
“She only fits in newborn clothes. I don’t know what we’re going to do when she’s old enough to tell me that she doesn’t want to wear overalls anymore.”
“The toys are gigantic next to her. She has a table and chairs for the Barbies that she can sit on. She eats like a normal kid but has a lot of things a 2 year old would do that she can’t do, held back by her size,” Emily says.
Abigail’s sister Samantha is 4 years old and already understands that Abigail needs extra care. In addition to dwarfism, she has vision and hip problems, which prevent her from walking and seeing properly and her parents are on a complex mission in search of glasses that fit her.
Emily also says that, when her daughter was diagnosed, eight weeks after her birth, she got in her car and cried for two hours straight, desperate not knowing what to do.
“For months, I struggled to find someone who had been through the same situation as me and could help,” adds Emily.
Abigail currently weighs 3 pounds and attends therapy sessions to help her development as much as possible.
No one in her family has the same condition as her and there are only 150 cases of this pathology recorded worldwide.