Paisley Morrison-Johnson was born with an adult-sized tongue caused by a rare genetic condition, Beckwith Wiedemann Syndrome.
She was unable to breathe on her own for the first week of her life and required a feeding tube in her stomach for six months.
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The tongue grew back after the first surgery but after her second reduction, Paisley can now smile for the first time. Now she's a happy 16-month-old and will soon be able to speak her first words.