Destined to Always Be Doll Size: A Look at Little Thumbelina Girl’s Life in the Present

A lot of people don’t know what microcephalic osteodysplastic type II primary dwarfism means. To put it simply, it is a complicated form of dwarfism in which the body stops growing. In this situation, there is no other choice.

Abigail Lee was born with this kind of genetic disorder, which was a shame.

At first glance, the scene looks normal: a child is sitting in a stroller, but in this case, the stroller is a toy meant for dolls.

Abigail is 2 years old, but she only weighs 9 pounds, which is about the same as a baby.

Doctors think that the young girl will grow to be about 23 inches tall. The child is perfectly healthy. She eats, plays, and grows, but she doesn’t get bigger.

Unfortunately, medical science hasn’t found a fix for this type of dwarfism yet, but we’re still hoping that future advances in science might help.

Abigail should have the chance to go to school and live a long, happy life. We hope that she will be happy and feel good about herself.

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