Charlotte: A Life Without Limbs | TRULY


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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: Charlotte Cleverley-Bisman is the youngest quadruple amputee in New Zealand. At six months of age she …

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  1. 💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💟💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓

  2. I feel so bad for the mom. It seemed harder for the mom than for Charlotte. She kept comparing the things Charlotte couldn't do to able bodied children. She didn't understand if she had just accepted Charlotte new circumstances and new way of life. Charlotte would have naturally grown up finding her own new ways to do things. Like a baby when learning how to walk they fall they bump n bruise themselves they get dirty but the parents never stop the baby from trying.. and when they cry to be carried your not a bad parent for saying no and encouraging the baby to try walking. That's what Charlotte parents should have done..

  3. Camp is such an important part of support for people who are different, no matter what is wrong. I have a CHD and camp was such an amazing place when I was growing up. I'm still friends with many of the people I've met there over the years.

  4. So unfair . She’s beautiful, she will do wonderful things! These poor parents . They are so strong .the poor doctors who had to do this it had to be destroying them . All the while saving her life . If this had to happen it’s best it happened when it did . She will be unstoppable. God bless this beautiful child .

  5. Her mother should stop complaining, they live in New Zealand, it's not Syria or Afghanistan. What happened to her daughter is nobody's fault. And she should stop giving Charlotte chocolate and ice cream, being overweight won't help her mobility. Pam projects her depression, her frustration and her own fears on to Charlotte – she's not helping her. And a 5 year old with a pacifier – why? Pam stop feeling sorry for Charlotte – and for yourself, you make her life worse.

  6. Honestly she is ok as she is. She doesn't like the legs and it's ok. Eventually she will make the decision as to whether she uses them or not. As long as she gets the stretching and exercise it'll be ok. Maybe swimming lessons will help her. Concentrate on things she can do instead of feeling bad for what she can't. Her not having arms n legs seems to bother her parents more than Charlotte. She will do everything she sets out to do in life with modifications of course🤗😊

  7. What a gutsy little girl that has her whole life ahead of her. Pretty and smart I think she will go far in her efforts to do what most of us take for granted. Much love, peace and respect. Prayers and blessings. 🐦🐣🐦🐛🌻🍉🥑🥑🥑🍎

  8. I know it kills you to see your daughter cry and stuff but you guys have to make her do this stuff if she wants to be what she wants to be it’s going to suck now they’ll be a lot of tears but later on in life so thank you for it you can’t just every time she cries say oh never mind we won’t do it then doesn’t work like that