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ENGLEWOOD, NJ (PIX11) — Kayden Kinckle’s mother was told her son would not survive outside the womb, and then was told he would never walk. This tough toddler proved all his doctors wrong.

Two-year-old Kayden Kinckle was diagnosed in utero an omphalocele — his intestines and liver were developing outside of his body.

His mother, Nikki, was told he wouldn’t live, and was advised to terminate the pregnancy.

More complications arose when she discovered his umbilical cord had wrapped around his feet.

Again, she was advised to stop the pregnancy because her son would never walk and would have many other health issues.

Though both feet needed to be amputated, this amazing toddler was born much healthier than expected.

In July, he proved doctors wrong a second time. With the help of prosthetics and a walker, he cheerfully took his first steps.

Watch this incredible child defy all odds:

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