Baby Born with Adult-Sized Tongue Smiles for First Time After Undergoing Surgery

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Paisley Morrison-Johnson was born with an adult-sized tongue caused by a rare genetic condition, Beckwith Wiedemann Syndrome. She was unable to breathe on her own for the first week of her life and required a feeding tube in her stomach for six months. The tongue grew back after the first surgery but after her second reduction, Paisley can now smile for the first time. The now 16-month-old will now be able to speak her first words.