What This 9 Year Old Ballerina Did For Her Disabled Sister Will Bring You To Tears!


We’re honored to introduce to you Gracie and Quincy Latkovski. Despite being so young (only 9 and 11 years old), they’ve demonstrated the amazing power of sisterly love and shown the world what it really means to support someone with all your heart! They’ve proven that boundaries are simply a state of mind and that everything is possible if you truly believe. These two beautiful little angels will warm your heart and give you a whole new perspective on life! Enjoy their magnificent performance and don’t forget to share this soul-stirring story with people you love!


Gracie, the younger sister, suffers from Cerebral Palsy, which is a group of various neurological disorders that permanently affect body movement and muscle coordination. It appears in infancy or early childhood and is caused by damage to the developing brain, or due to or abnormalities inside it. Despite that disability, she was determined to become a ballerina like her role model – her older sister Quincy. Together, these two beautiful girls found a way to make that dream come true. They got in touch with a choreographer named Jennifer Wood, and, with her help, incorporated Gracie’s wheelchair into this extremely powerful dance routine. With the strength of sisterly love and the power of will, they tore down every obstacle that presented itself, and, in the end, even won the Nationals! By doing so, they’ve reminded us to be thankful for the simple pleasures in life and not to take our blessings for granted. Their dance has been inspiring people all over the world and is definitely one of the most touching things we’ve ever seen.

Sources:

http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/cerebral_palsy/detail_cerebral_palsy.htm

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