North Tonawanda, New York (WKBW) – “This is our reality and sometimes it is not always easy to clear it. Nicole Phelps only touched me in the wrong way.
North Tonawanda’s mother, 7-year-old Aubrey, tells the story of what could soon be a happy fall. But his joy was shattered by another boy who never stopped bullying Aubrey.
Aubrey is living with a genetic disorder called Cornellia de Lang syndrome. Only one in 30,000 people worldwide.
Little Aubrey has very visible traits and traits. She has missing fingers and very arched eyebrows. She has a breathing tube and a feeding tube.
Aubrey may never be able to talk and you can’t walk anymore.
But Aubrey has a passion and a physical personality.
“She can walk,” Phillips said.
Phillips was shaking her head as she grabbed O’Brien, hoping she would one day be able to walk.
“No? – Oh – I think you have to walk. You obviously don’t want to walk – it’s very polite,” replied Phillips.
Felps says she often attracts attention.
But his family’s recent fall came as a shock, and another little boy, Aubrin, began threatening him in a screaming house.
He was very aggressive. He was pointing at her – what does it mean? ”Phillips recalled.
Phelps said the baby was relentless and that no one in the boy’s family would stop behaving.
“He was pointing at her and shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her, shouting at her.”
As a result, the family was forced to leave.
Phillips says she’s not sure Aubrey really deserves it when someone does something bad to her.
“But I do and I’m her mother and my heart hurts for her,” Phillips commented.
But her mother said she was shaking her head again.
“They never liked that. And she called him a foreigner – we were trying to alleviate the situation. ”
Felps holds the “Facebook page”Prayer Aubrey“She’s there to post about the event,” she said, “because she only needs to” breathe. “
But most importantly, Felps said she wants to emphasize how important it is to teach each other acceptance.
“And sometimes – he’ll just hit you on that bad day,” Phelps said. I wanted to put my messages there, to remind parents or to remind people you still need to be kind – you still have to accept.
After it was posted, her phone exploded in a public outcry.
Sweet Buffalo immediately spread out and formed one GoFundMe page Designed specifically for water-loving Aubrey to raise funds for the family to build a pool next year.