A three-year-old-girl has proven that with a bit of determination, she can do anything as she sang wearing a tracheostomy tube.
In a video shared by her mother on Facebook, Olivia Rahm, known as Livy, plugs her finger into the tube to increase the volume of her voice as she sings tunefully.
Her mother Season, from Auburn, Washington, said her daughter is ‘constantly proving the naysayers wrong’, reports Daily Mail.
Olivia was born three months premature, weighing one pound and seven ounces and measuring just 12 inches long and later underwent a tracheotomy.
Season praised her daughter’s singing skills.
She wrote: ‘Our almost four year old (former 25 week micro preemie) Olivia showing us her amazing singing skills.
‘Loud volume brought to you by plugging her tracheostomy tube lol. This kid is constantly proving the naysayers wrong [sic]’.
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