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What started out -- of funds selling project for her son became a life changing adventure for Robin Rosenberg -- She sent tapes to kids fighting grown up health -- -- check out there if he went -- she says it's not about what she gives the kids it's about one day give back.
-- is joining us now live along with this McNulty the mom of one -- tiny superhero named paint.
And we are glad to welcome all of you thank you so much.
Things here in the year -- -- wanna start with you his case looks like he's raring to go there how about eighth and tell us about his cape and what it.
-- for him.
-- this court case was born and they told us that you're probably not live -- if he did he'd have a low quality of life.
He has a lot of health challenges.
He -- down.
He's effective at feeding tube he has kidney issues in this from the top of his head down to the -- -- and get a lot of health.
He lots of cape he -- to put it on he likes to fly.
And just in that moment nothing else matters he's not thinking about doctors' visits of surgeries are needles just being a superhero.
He definitely is a super hero and he is -- says -- how athletic they like to put together these tapes and know they're going off to someone special like case.
It's really changed my life I feel so blast that.
This is my -- this is my job to do I just still can't believe it that to me kids like super -- Thinking.
It literally like changed my entire perspective I have a one and a half year old of my own and I mean just never knew of that community that existed outside of you know healthy kids and these kids have overcome things that we could never even imagined and there's something incredibly extraordinary about them for share.
Well I was reading a little bit about your story it was funny it sounded like in the beginning you were making these -- -- think for your son in May be in Nacchio athletic kids in the family who.
We're not that enthused about them and then it turns out that there are all these other -- -- it means so much to them.
-- gives them a little bit of strength.
About some of the stories because a new website you have so many wonderful.
Kids who are featured.
And it's just extraordinary to see them.
-- at -- each story amazes me over and over again.
Super gag me you know she said then and she'd doesn't locker -- or.
Move and her -- is so beautiful.
She suffers from epilepsy we have case who is just completely special.
We've -- kids who have heart defects who've had heart surgery you know before they even leave the hospital.
I mean -- stories are endless -- kids -- wearing an accident you know and their recovery is just really challenging but there there's no limit -- Who -- a -- superhero and we just have been completely amazed by the flight of kids that have come to -- I feel like the kids needed me and I am just so glad that they chose me but we're getting.
At least twenty nominations and -- -- Family and friends of kids who are tiny superheroes.
And we got the web -- at their people wanna learn more about this and how they can help with tiny super heroes dot com.
Lynn and Casey added he had his cape on today could be certainly seems that a lot of energy.
He does he does he -- in my lap he added that the pin and hit I think and well he really.
He really is such a six.
-- that you were given a practice enough for her birth that he may not make it he's defined eyes so.
Could just -- you for being his mom and getting him a chance and -- Ryan -- thank you both so much for sharing this story.
Thinking we are so great ball.
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