Excited mother shares video of son who couldn't walk as he starts walking

Excited mother shares video of son who couldn't walk as he starts walking

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A young lady has taken to social media to thank God for blessing her son with a miracle. The young lady identified as Alysa Nicole thanked God for giving her little baby boy the grace to work well.

The little boy who has a condition that makes him unable to walk without support, was seen walking in a video his mother shared on her Twitter account. Nicole revealed that she is overwhelmed with joy to see her son walking.

In the video, the little boy was seen walking with the support of baby crutches that also supported his back.

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She wrote: "Yall my son is walking, I’m so overwhelmed with joy... hes not happy but he’s doing it! Praise God!"

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According to a gofundme account created by the boy's mother for medical treatments, the little boy was diagnosed with hydrocephalis, a disorder that causes the head to swell due to accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.

The little boy identified as Braxton was born on December 24, 2016. His mother describes herself as a mother to a special boy.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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