When Angela Neal from Ohio was pregnant, the doctors could not determine the gender of the child on an ultrasound.
Doctors immediately warned her that the child would be born with a pathology.
The woman admitted that it was difficult to accept this news, but she tried to drive all these thoughts away from herself.
It was important for her that the child was born, and everything else can be corrected or cured.
The baby was born three weeks earlier. And if this is usually alarming for mothers, Angela felt relieved and incredibly happy.
“La Maria was born three weeks earlier than expected. I was very worried, but everything worked out. She was beautiful. The only thing was that she had no legs, but otherwise, she is an absolutely normal child!”
Her daughter La Maria Widdell is eight years old.
She grows up without legs. Her mother was very worried that it would be difficult for the girl to live with this, especially in the modern world.
But everything happened quite differently. La Maria enjoys life, like all normal people.
She recently took part in a photo shoot where she was the main model.
It was not difficult for the photographer to come up with an image for this charming girl. In her, he saw a real warrior queen.
“By the age of eight, she has succeeded in many ways. She takes part in music competitions on television, reads a lot, studies well and poses for photographers. We are proud of our baby”.
For movement, La Maria uses a stroller, which she is already quite used to, it does not irritate her.
With its help, she can easily go outside to her friends and to school. By the way, she has a lot of friends there who get bored if she is absent for some days in class.
In general, La Maria is a really happy child. She has everything that a full-fledged person should have.
In addition to friends, she also has an older brother. The boy is always next to her and makes sure that no one offends her.
And the photographers who dealt with La Maria were completely delighted with her. She perfectly fulfills her duties as a model and even advises professionals on how to do better.