Heartwarming moment 4-year-old daughter walks for the first time at mother’s wedding

4-Year-Old Girl Has Never Walked Before — Until Mom Looks Down The Aisle At Her Own Wedding

A wedding is a special day for everyone who is involved. It is a time of joy and celebration for the bride and groom who have brought everyone together to rejoice in their love and commitment.

However, one bride was even happier over what happened with her daughter on her wedding day. That is because her daughter was born with spina bifida.

Spina bifida is a birth defect that occurs when the baby’s spine and spinal cord fail to properly develop, leaving a section of the spinal cord and nerves exposed. The condition can cause a variety of physical issues, and no two cases are alike.

Crystal Ortiz was told that her baby would be born with spina bifida.

The doctors in charge of her pregnancy also told the mother-to-be that her baby could be born with brain damage or even brain-dead. The brought up the choice of abortion, according to The Daily Mail.

Crystal Ortiz refused to abort her baby once doctors told her she’d have spina bifida and warned her she could also be brain-dead. Crystal and her husband were widely criticized by strangers who called them “selfish.” Today, the proud parents have no regrets — and their beautiful baby has blossomed into an adorable, smiley little girl who uses a walker to stay mobile.

Of course, Terry and Kenneth Parker knew that things would be tough after learning that Kenydii had spina bifida.

They told ABC News that they did think that it was the end of the world when they heard the news. They prayed about the situation and decided that they would have their baby no matter what. They vowed to go through everything that their child would go through. At the young age of 4-years-old Kenydii was able to walk for the very first time. Her aunt captured the amazing moment.

The heartwarming clip below shows yet another child’s triumph in the face of adversity.

In August 2019, a 4-year-old girl was asked to be the flower girl at her mother’s wedding in Northern Ireland.

There was just one problem: Little Avah, who also has spina bifida, had never taken a single step before.

But don’t think that stopped her …

Source:dailymail.co.uk, littlethings.com, apost.com

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