A touching video of four-year-old Kenydii Parker being cheered on by her friends as she uses her walker and leg brace for the first time has left Mzansi in awe.
The young girl has spina bifida, a birth defect where the spine and spinal cord don't form properly. Social media users were blown away by the young girl’s strength and how loving and supportive her friends were, Briefly.co.za found.
Kendyii had previously used a wheelchair, reported Fox 35.
Many couldn’t get over her excited smile and took to Twitter too share their love and admiration.
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“The smile and pure joy on her face is such a great thing to see. Even the kids around her supporting and cheering her on is great. Kids and animals can show adults a lot,” wrote one proud social media user.
Twitter user in the paediatrics field, Jim Phillips, remarked how children make inspiring patients, thanks to how much they can overcome.
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