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Toddler with severe dwarfism who doctors said could become deaf beautifully sings “You Are My Sunshine”

Jan 24, 2014 By Abraham 1

Grace Anna Rodgers was born with a rare form of dwarfism called Conradi-Hunermann Syndrome. In addition to her small stature and irregular bone growth, her doctors predicted that she could likely become deaf and that her scoliosis would impair her lungs.

Grace Anna Sings

But no sign of these additional impairments is anywhere in sight. She proves it with her favorite hobby — singing.

In fact, she’s become a bit of a sensation. She’s already known around her town of Liberty, Kentucky. And her version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” has gotten her some notice around the internet.

But it’s her take on “You Are My Sunshine” that will absolutely melt your heart…

Check out her YouTube channel for lots more songs, and share this beautiful song with your friends…

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