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Defied the doctors ' verdict: Now she can go

The american woman Erica Ardolino-Comparin gave birth three years ago to their daughter, Harper, who was born with the disease spinida bifida, according to is a defect in the ryghvirvlens rear part.

at the Time explained the doctor, after 18 weeks of pregnancy, that Harper had the worst kind of spinida bifida. He recommended, therefore, that Erica interrupted her pregnancy. But it refused the 37-year-old american woman.

the Doctors also thought that Harper might be the lam from their lives and down through most of his life. But, against all odds, has the in the day three-year-old Harper defied the doctors ' judgment, and she has actually learned to go.

Here supports Harper to his father. Photo: Erica Ardolino-Comparin/Facebook.

Fox News and Metro have previously written about the three-year-old Harper-Mae, and the uk's Daily Mail has just written a new article about her incredible story.

You can also see more of the little girl's life on the Facebook group, 'Growing Up With Harper-Mae' or Instagram page with the same name.

six days ago we started Harper-Maes mother Erica a look out on Instagram from her trip to Disney World, where she met none other than Darth Vader:

'Harper met Darth Vader. She hugged the meeting with great courage and showed his good old fashioned 'force'.

Thus wrote mother Erica and added:

'Thank you for follow Harper and her fantastic experiences at walt Disney World, while she continues her incredible battle on his journey with the disease Spina Bifida'.

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Harper had a run-in with another Darth Vader and what a better way to embrace this meet than a good old fashioned force stand-off. . . Thank you for and following Harper on her adventures to Disney World, and as she continues to make incredible stride in her journey with Spina Bifida. We'd love for those not following Harper yet to join us on all of her adventures as nothing is going to hold this princess back as she cruises down Main Street. . . . #disney #disneyig #spinabifida #waltdisneyworld #disneyworld #disneylife #disneyoutfit #magicalmoments #livingourbestlife #disneyday #growingupwithharpermae #blessed #littlefierceones #instakids #disneyblogger #livingthedream #disneyprincess #princessinthemaking #hydrocephalus #chiarimalformation #instadisney @waltdisneyworld #awareness #hollywoodstudios #wdw #starwars #disneygram #galaxysedge #batuu #darthvader

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During her pregnancy read Erica up on the disease spinida bifida. She was convinced that babies are born with the disease could learn to go when they were a little older.

Harper was, as the doctors predicted-born lamb from the waist down, but as she approached the age to start to go, started small Harper to use a walker, which helped her to go. Harper has in parallel undergone seven surgeries, before the age of three years, which has helped to improve her situation.

And with genuine hard work and an irrepressible will to live have Harper now learned to walk without the walker or with the support of his parents Erica and Peace.

almost a year ago, put Erica 17. June 2019 this image out, where the then only two-year-old Harper-Mae is out walking with his older brother and his mother and father. At the time, she was however supported by his parents.

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