Ella is a strong little girl. What have you learned from Ella?
She unfolded her hands and used them as she spoke while saying, “I’ve learned how to better deal with adversity with something you cannot change. Over the seven short years, I have watched her gracefully accept that she has SMA and has become determined that she won’t let it stop her.” Barb tilted her head slightly as she went on, “It is truly amazing to see Ella work so hard to get stronger. She’s proud of her accomplishments … and so are we. We all love her.”
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