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Zbiera pieniądze na operację córeczki (16)

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Ava pictured when she was two. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby (2). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured during a Moebius Syndrome charity event. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Rachel pictured with Ava. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Lindsay Sallee
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Ava pictured in a field. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Lindsay Sallee
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Rachel pictured with Ava and her partner, Alex Buck. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Lindsay Sallee
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Rachel pictured running with Ava in a race. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was two (2). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby (3). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured with Santa Claus. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Rachel pictured holding Ava when she was a baby. MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby (7). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby (6). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby (5). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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Ava pictured when she was a baby (4). MEET THE mum who is trying to raise money for surgery to give her daughter a smile, due to a very rare neurological condition that prevents facial expression. Office manager, Rachel Butler (27), from Wichita, Kansas, USA, delivered her daughter Ava (now three-years-old) via c-section in July 2015. Just eight hours following her birth, the paediatrician noticed something was not right; Ava struggled to feed, so she was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Three days later, the neurologist diagnosed her with Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Rachel began crying with shock when she did her research on the disorder, but over the years she has come to terms with her condition and has vowed to raise awareness of the condition and raise money for a surgical procedure that can put a smile on her daughter???s face. mediadrumworld.com / Rachel Butler
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