When people meet Sophia, the first comment we usually get is about her big beautiful blue eyes. They are very expressive and her spirit shines through. Her eyes speak even when she can't.
Sophia really loves being around people and socializing. She communicates by using some words and by the cute sounds she makes. She typically finds a way to get her point across.
Even though Sophia has experienced a lot of surgeries and pain in her short 2 1/2 years of life, she continues to smile and laugh every single day. Because of her, I strive to live in the moment and celebrate the simple things in life. She has made me a stronger, more compassionate and positive person and I am grateful.
Read more about Sophia here: caringbridge.org/visit/sophiaweaver
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