How does a 17-year-old girl with a rare disease look and live? “She looks and lives like a real Thumbelina!”

Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley is 17 years old, but she only weighs about 22 pounds. Primordial dwarfism, a rare disease, is to blame.

The girl’s mother noticed that her belly was unusually small when she was pregnant. The time of pregnancy got longer, but the stomach stayed small. The woman told the doctors about her worries, and they told her she had nothing to worry about.

Doctors were especially worried because the stomach never formed before the baby was born. Kenadie got there on time, even though she was kind of small. She was only eleven inches tall. Doctors said the baby didn’t have a good chance of living.

Even though it was said she wouldn’t, the girl made it. She also grows the way all healthy children do. Only their height and weight are different. Kenadie learns and grows intellectually along with other students. They like how happy their young friend is all the time.

Surprisingly, Kenadie’s illness made him more famous. The beautiful young girl got the main role in the great movie “Eep.” Kennedy did a wonderful job.

Kenadie has said that she knows she is different from other kids. She can still live a full life despite her situation. She has a lot of close friends. She wants to do more movies in the future.

The example of this small but brave person shows once more that there is always something to celebrate. Have fun is the most important thing.