Four-month old Grady is like any other boy his age, his mother says. Some of his favorite toys are his elephant and monkey rattles and Glo Worm. But unlike most four-mouth olds, Grady has an injury that prevents him from moving his right arm.
“He’s a very happy baby, besides his arm injury,” Kai-Lani Ybarra said. “He is extremely active. He loves to play on his play mat. He giggles, laughs, squeals, talks and rolls over. He loves watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and is very ticklish. He loves playing with his cousins.”
Grady, the son of Ybarra and Isaiah Glover, was injured at birth. His injury, called Brachial Plexus Injury, occurs in 1 in every 1,000 natural births, Ybarra said.
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