Senneway Book Project Part 3
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Your baby's legs are deformed, and it will take a while for him to be able to get involved with sports or even walk.
I'm sure the wooden legs will work.
Mom learned to accept Robert. He learned to walk, talk, and even do handstands. He has a deformity, a huge tumor on his nose, and leg problems. He had many surgeries and more to come. He learned to use his wooden legs, he made friends at his religious school, and he gets along with his siblings very well. Now, his next step to take is too learn how to swim, and to get through high school.
About six to seven years later...
Great job, Robert! I can't wait until you can swim the entire length of the pool!
I don't think I can...
Look, when I was your age, I got a really cool Ronald McDonald watch. If you swim the whole length of the pool, I will give it to you.
It took Robert a while, but the time came when he got the watch.
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