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This 3-Year-Old Boy Born Without Limbs Will Make Your Heart Grow Ten Sizes

This is the best thing you will see today, promise.

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Katie Whiddon of Denton, Texas, is a blogger and the proud mom of 3-year-old Camden, who was born without hands or legs.

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Camden was born with Phocomelia Syndrome which is a rare birth defect in which the bones of the arms are shortened or absent.

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He was also born with Amelia, a birth defect where the child is born without one or more limbs. Camden is pictured above with Jaxton and his sister, Ryleigh.

Whiddon's recent video of Camden helping Jaxton with his pacifier is getting a lot of attention. And we are here for the adorable moment.

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"I think it's funny that the video is getting so much attention," Whiddon told BuzzFeed. "I shared this video thinking that just some friends and family would think it was sweet. He takes care of Jaxton all of the time, so this is just a normal thing for us. When the video started getting in the millions we couldn't help but laugh because it was the most simple video to us."

"Camden also helps me out with wiping Jaxton's mouth and patting his butt when he needs to be soothed. Camden took care of Ryleigh the same way when she was a baby," Whiddon added.

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And nothing is stopping Camden from learning an everyday routine on his own.

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"Camden STILL continues to blow me away with all of the things he is capable of," said Whiddon. "He knows that he doesn't have hands or legs. He will tell you so himself. Sometimes the first thing he tells someone he just meets is, 'I don't have fingers.'"

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Whiddon says she doesn't want people to feel sorry for her son. "Camden is one of the happiest kids I know! If Camden can be so positive about his appearance and so determined about everything he does at such a young age despite all the 'challenges' everyone thinks he has, then I don't see why anyone should feel sad for him. Camden is a brilliant and incredible kid and if everyone would take the time to give him a chance, then they would see just that."

To see what Camden and his family are up to, you can follow Katie's blog, Admirably Diverse.

You can also follow Katie on Instagram.

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