A girl named “Thumbelina” who is 12 years old and has a rare form of dwarfism weighs as much as a baby. Look what she looks like now!

If you remember Tiny Kenadie Jourdin-tale Bromley, you know her already.

If you’re not sure, read on to find out more. This girl was born with a very rare disease.

She was only 2.5 pounds and 28 inches tall when she was young.

She is about three feet tall and weighs about what a two-year-old would.

The baby’s mother, Brianne Jourdin, was worried about how small the child was.

Because she was so tiny, the nurses called her “Thumbelina.”

The doctors at the hospital thought that the baby girl wouldn’t live for long.

Doctors said that she wouldn’t live very long because she had problems with her nerves.

After eight months, they found out that it is a rare sickness that only affects 100 people in the whole world.

The poor baby went through a lot of pain and had to take a lot of drugs as it got better.

Her parents were still hopeful that she would live a long and happy life, though.

She’s trying to live her life to the fullest now that she’s surrounded by people who love her and see her potential.

Her physical and mental health are both very good.

Even though this girl finds it hard to study, she still goes to school, plays hockey, and takes part in a lot of recreational activities.

Her mother’s only hope for her daughter’s future is that she will be happy.