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Watch The Moment When a 2-Year-Old Amputee Finally Gets The Hang of Walking

He keeps saying "I got it!"

MyFox8.com reports on a video of a two-year-old boy whose right and left leg have been amputated learning how to walk. Kayden Elijah’s mother, Nikki Sessoms, uploaded the clip, which shows the toddler cheering “I got it! I got it!” over and over again with each step he takes with the walker. He was born with omphalocele, a birth defect in which the intestines stick out of the belly button. His mother set up GoFundMe and Facebook pages to solicit support for the youngster’s medical expenses.

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