Baby born with enlarged tongue smiles for first time
A 17-month-old baby born with a rare syndrome that causes parts of her body to grow faster and larger than normal can finally smile, after doctors performed two surgeries to remove parts of her enlarged tongue. Paisley Kienow, who was born with Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, is also being monitored for mismatched limb growth.
“Jesus Christ never thought Paisley was perfect without Beckwith-Wiedemann,” Madison Kienow, Paisley’s mother, told Fox 2. “I ask ‘why us,’ but now I know why. Because we’re strong, and because we have love.”
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