Watch a Blind Baby Walking with His Cane!

Walking with cane

Laura Suyasa sent in this video of her son, Alan, walking with his cane at only ten months old. Alan is thirteen months now. He was born with bilateral retinal detachment, congenital cataracts, and bilateral PHPV.

Alan is doing so well walking around his living room and maneuvering around his little dog. He follows his father’s voice and is rewarded with love and hugs.

Laura knows that Alan can be an inspiration for others. If you’d like to contact her, just send her an email.

 

 


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