Although three-year-old Max Kaczmar should not be masterly to walk and talk, he can.
Max’s family and medical professions are happily baffled by his continue.
His mother Rachel Kaczmar said: “The neurologist has now said ‘when you see the daughter in front of us and look at his brain scan you would never think they are the unvarying child.”
The young chatty boy was not expected to survive after the routine 20-week pregnancy inspect as it was revealed he had a little brain and “massive s ces” in his head where the take a rest of it should be.
When Max was born, it was revealed that his oesophagus was not connected to his yearning, he also had a small hole in his heart and his kidneys were fused and in the unacceptable place.
He also has hearing problems and has recently been diagnosed with autism.
Rachel’s soft-pedal Matt is a doctor himself and even once saved his son’s life, ingesting a straw to suction the back of his throat when, at just three months old, he started obstructing from secretions.
Mrs Kaczmar said: “We don’t know if it’s one thing that materialized that caused everything or if it was a bit of bad luck that he’s had different things succeeding wrong very early in the pregnancy.
“For now doctors are just calling it ‘multiple genetic aberrations’.”
She added that her brave son had “defied all the odds” to still be here.
She mean: “It’s amazing he’s doing what he’s doing with so little brain.
“It doesn’t affect any sense. It just shows how amazing the brain is.”
Max is taking rt in a about to understand more about his condition and what the future holds for the family tree.
His mother said that the family will keep pushing their son in length of times of his development.
Max has become more confident since his diagnosis with autism.
Mrs Kaczmar thought: “He’s also proved he has a phenomenal memory and likes to tell people hither the time he had a canula fitted during treatment for a chest infection.”