Toddler with Severe Dwarfism Sings "You Are My Sunshine"


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Grace Anna Rodgers was born with a genetic disorder that should have greatly impaired her life. It may have done so physically, but she's still a joyful child who loves to sing. She's become an internet sensation as videos of her home performances have gone viral.

She has Conradi-Hunermann syndrome, a genetic disorder that, Sanford Health says is, "characterized by skeletal malformations, skin abnormalities, cataracts and short stature." 1 in 400,000 babies are born with it. She will likely go deaf and develop severe scoliosis as she grows older.

But the good news is that Grace's singing is now in demand. She's booked to perform at veterans' benefit concerts in Kansas and Virginia.

You can watch more of her performances at her YouTube channel. Her renditions of "Amazing Grace" and "The Star-Spangled Banner" are particularly good.

(Photo: Grace Anna Sings)

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