When Ezra Courage Prashad was still forming in his mother's womb, his family was told that once he was born, their son would have no function below the waist whatsoever.
Surgeons were able to close the hole in Ezra's back – caused by his spina bifida – but his parents, Andrew and Beth, had to learn to catheterize their newborn, who was unable to urinate on his own.
But guess what? After crawling against all odds, Ezra now walks, using a walker. He plays with his sisters, and there's something else pretty amazing...
He shares his father's love of tap dancing.
Andrew, Ezra's inspiring dad, says he doesn't know if his son will ever be able to physically do more than what he can do now, but what he can do now is far beyond their expectations of what he'd be able to accomplish.