17-year-old girl weighs only 11 kg, but it does not prevent her to live a bright and interestingPictolic
Resident Canada Kenadi Jourdain in Bromley for 17 years, but you never give her even a 7, because it looks like a small child and weighs only 11 kg. Kenadi was born with a rare genetic disease primordiales dwarfism, so stopped growing in the first years of his life. But an incurable disease does not prevent women live more interesting than many of its healthy peers.
That something goes wrong, mommy Kenadi noticed the code was pregnant. At that time, when other women have seen an impressive belly, her figure had not changed. She shared her concerns with the doctors, but they assured her that with the child everything is in order, and the stomach soon.
But when it came time to give birth, the woman was still slender. The child was born on February 13, 2003. It was a tiny girl with a length of 27 cm, more like a kitten than a human child. Doctors immediately placed the baby in a special box for those born prematurely. They warned the mother that hopes that the girl will survive, almost there and need to prepare for the worst.
But the baby was a real fighter — she wasn't going to die and stubbornly clung to life. Soon the doctors had to admit they made a mistake and Kenadi, after spending a few weeks in the hospital, was discharged home with his mother. Leaving the hospital, the girl was so tiny at birth. Of course, she then grew, but the other children the girl is very different.
Young Kenadi Jourdain-Bromley lives the life of a normal teenager — she goes to school for healthy children and she has the same interests and problems as their peers. Girls have a lot of friends and she starts a new one. Kenadi also claims that she never hurt because of not normal appearance and the people with whom she communicates, you see it first of all people.
In the hometown of a girl I know and love — countrymen call her "little angel" and it is very suitable Kenadi. Briand, a canadian mom Thumbelina, says of his daughter:
Unconventional looks helped Kenadi become a celebrity not only in your city but also far beyond the borders of Canada. Director Ellen Smith invited Jourdain-Bromley for the lead role in the film the Lep. In the picture of the girl playing the little girl, whose hands instead of wings. She helps people believe in themselves and inspires good deeds.
The author told reporters that the little actress did her best on the set and, despite the lack of special education, has shown a real acting professional. Work in a movie like Kenadi, she can't wait until the end of school to become a real actress.
We believe that girls will succeed, because she has will power, desire and experience. As for growth, it does not matter, as there are many examples when young people have reached great heights.