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-- -- -- Holding -- he acts like your typical rambunctious five year old boy he plays in the yard.
-- -- ending I'm living room furniture.
He can and can't learn.
Rent and plays video games with his older Brothers and you're clean and -- it and I'm doing.
Parents -- looking -- current -- and April.
-- -- is not built like most five year old boys he doesn't have any genitals.
It's because his mom who was high on drugs used a sharp instrument to slice them off.
When he was just five weeks old.
-- Nadal blamed the attack on the family dog but -- jury found her guilty and she is currently serving in 99 year prison sentence.
Since the incident -- has been living with his -- Patches -- so who he calls mom.
It's -- to -- five years and you know it's been on the other hand it's hard to remember before we had him.
The past five years have been filled with many surgeries and some hefty medical bills a lot of scar tissue.
-- looks -- though.
Apparently brands and the Toronto area so it's that type of scar tissue -- even though he's only five holes in is starting to ask questions.
I think in his mind right now I think genitals are probably -- -- that he'll get when he gets older.
And he's made this comment to that effect and the response was you're exactly right he absolutely -- When you get older you know which is contrary.
-- says these are the easy -- the hard part is yet to come it.
The physical part can be fixed his emotional part that I do worry the most about -- Yeah for now the focus is on saving up for holding his future reconstructive surgery.
The heroes for Holden foundation will be holding their annual benefit concert this Sunday in Pasadena.
It is hard.
To retell the story.
Time and again.
But that's what gets people to listen to the story in the first place.
Holding tells me he's super excited for the party even though he doesn't know why it's being held what do you do you and it party.
-- -- -- Her speech the whole time -- -- -- any parent there.
I don't think -- the goal is to raise half a million dollars that will -- -- -- special needs trust.
The longer term goal is to help other children.
Just seeing the people here so freely willing to give of themselves their time their talent their money they're services.
It's it's truly.
It's overwhelming sense that's great.
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