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Mom Films Heartbreaking First Dance With Her Sick Two-Year-Old Son

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Mom Films Heartbreaking First Dance With Her Sick Two-Year-Old Son

Maddox, you are special, enjoy life!


A mother has filmed a heartbreaking video of herself dancing with her sick two-year-old son in case he doesn’t live long enough to experience the mother-son dance at his future wedding.

Samantha Duran’s son named Maddox was born with Spina Bifida and has also been diagnosed with a cyst on his spine and epilepsy.

Samantha Duran filmed a heartbreaking video of herself dancing with her sick two-year-old son in case he doesn’t live long enough

Maddox, living in Pennsylvania with his mom and dad Andrew Duran had endured seventeen surgeries in his short time and presently fed with food through a tube.

His parents were informed in April 2019 the cyst growing on his spine could grow enough to affect his brain and in turn kill him.



Maddox was born with Spina Bifida and has also been diagnosed with a cyst on his spine and epilepsy

Currently, in Limbo, the family remains unaware when or if Maddox’s health will take a turn. Samantha, in an emotional Facebook post, revealed she has been riding a roller coaster of emotions as the thought of not getting to see her son grow up continuously pops up.

‘One of the thoughts I had was that I might never get to have a mother-son dance with my special boy at his wedding because we are uncertain if that day will come.’

Maddox, living in Pennsylvania with his mom and dad Andrew Duran had endured seventeen surgeries and fed with food through a tube

‘I bought a dress while I got Maddox a little suit with a bow tie and vest and we did it the dance. We did it! I will forever remember these two minutes for the rest of my life.’ Samantha wrote.

Uploading the two-minute video of them dancing to song Proud Corazon, one of Maddox’s favorite, Samantha admitted the song had so much meaning as it’s lyrics are forever to be true.



Maddox’s parents were informed in April 2019 the cyst growing on his spine could grow enough to affect his brain



‘My love for Maddox will live on forever. Time is important yet not guaranteed. No matter what life holds in store, I will forever adore these memories that we continue to create.’ Samantha added.

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