The wonderful girl’s name is Kennedy Garcia, and she lives in Colorado. Unfortunately, problems in Kennedy’s life began as soon as she was born. Unfortunately, the baby had down syndrome, leukemia, and a deformed spine, which is why the doctors advised her mother to give up her baby, insisting that she would be better off at a specialized facility. The baby couldn’t even hold her head up, which looked like it could fall off at any moment.
The girl’s mother didn’t want to abandon her baby, but the hospital staff kept insisting that the mother was still young and could give birth to another healthy child and that this girl would get quality help at a specialized institution. At some point, the mother even caught herself considering this option, fearing that the doctors might be right and it could be the best option for her daughter.
But fortunately for the baby’s mother, Rena Garcia, she met a nurse who supported her and assured her that such children could live a normal life if they got proper care. It would be hard and it would take time, but the results could be very surprising. Thus, hugging her little baby and with tears in her eyes, Reen decided to take the baby home and deal with whatever life would throw their way.
Thus, Kennedy ended up in a loving home with her family. The first serious difficulty Kennedy had to deal with were problems with her spine. Thus, when the girl was only two years old, she was put in a metal collar and a helmet that would fix the bones in the right place and support her body. The girl was completely immobilized. She just lay there and watched dance videos all day long.
But when a few months later, she was allowed to walk again, she immediately ran to her mother, asking her to go to a dance class. I don’t think I even need to say that everyone tried to dissuade the mother from this idea.
The girl was too special, and it would be too difficult for her. Nevertheless, Reen understood that her daughter deserved to live her own life and do what she liked. Thus, a little time later, Rein took Kennedy by the hand and took her to her first dance class.
Sure, it was very difficult at first, but Kennedy fell in love with dance so much that it literally became the meaning of her entire life. And as the girl would later say, When I was dancing, I realized that it didn’t matter how I looked. All that mattered as if I was good at it. She tried very hard. She literally spent all her life dancing, and soon she even got to work with American Girl, Justice Clothing and Disney.
Many years have passed since that time, and now her life is filled with dancing, photo shoots and new acquaintances. She works for Dream Talent Management and regularly flies to Hollywood and New York for performances, auditions, and TV shows. And she’s only 16 years old.
Looking at Kennedy now, there’s no doubt that she’s the happiest and cutest teen in the world to think only the doctors wanted to simply write her off and sentence her to life at an institution not giving her even the slightest chance for a happy and full life. As the girl’s mother says, her daughter’s life doesn’t even remotely resemble the awful picture that doctors had once painted for her.
She is an ordinary teenager who loves taking selfies experimenting with hair color, making videos for TikTok and discussing boys with their girlfriends. She’s a very good natured person and laughs a lot. She is also the best daughter in the whole world which I couldn’t even dream of. Kennedy has a close friend, Matthew.
The guy is four years older and also has down syndrome but that doesn’t prevent him from working in the modeling business and acting.
Matthew quoted Kennedy for a long time and one day she agreed to be his girlfriend. Unfortunately, they rarely get to see each other since they work a lot and live in two different States. But that doesn’t prevent them from being happy. Moreover, their parents have already become friends. Kennedy’s mom says that she almost made a terrible mistake once.
A mistake that she would have regretted for the rest of her life. And she is very glad that there was a person who helped her make the right decision. She means the nurse who disregarded all the doctors worst prognosis and supported the young mother with a sick baby giving her hope for a bright future. Rene is still very grateful to her.