Young Child Born With Rare Genetic Disease. He's Now 5 Years Old And This Is What He Looks Like

Written by Beatriz Sanchez
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Evan also has some issues with his motor skills so he has to be strapped into a walking frame to be able to move around. Meanwhile, his little brother, Vincenzo, recently learned how to walk at 19 months. When Evan's little brother started walking he said ‘good job.’ 'He was very proud of him and never acted jealous,’ De De confessed.

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Evan’s parents learned of his condition two days prior to his birth. They named him ‘Evan’ because it means ‘young warrior.’ ‘We both knew he was going to be strong, little guy and that he would make it through anything,’ said Evan’s dad.

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Despite the natural challenges that come with having Harlequin Ichthyosis, Evan seems to be living a happy life. He’s even very popular at school and he has the love and companionship of his little brother.

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Despite the natural challenges that come with having Harlequin Ichthyosis, Evan seems to be living a happy life. He’s even very popular at school and he has the love and companionship of his little brother.

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to SHARE this post with your Facebook friends. If you’re interested in reading similar stories then please click on the ‘Next Post’ button below.

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