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A Saskatchewan girl who has spent hundreds of days of her life in hospital has become a TikTok star overnight by spreading one good vibe at a time. Swift Current's Bella Thomson, 7, was diagnosed with three rare conditions at birth, but that hasn't stopped her from enjoying everyday pleasures. She doesn't care if it's —20 C. She's like, 'Let's go sledding, let's draw, lets dance,' on a daily basis. Bella's joy was captured on a TikTok video her mother posted to the social network on Wednesday.
In it, Bella is sitting at a desk drawing a picture of a fox for a short story she is writing. By Thursday, the video amassed over 11 million views and even caught the attention of platinum-selling recording artist Halsey, who messaged the Thomson family on Instagram.
I literally started playing with TikTok a couple of days ago, and I just caught her in the moment doing something she loves, and it just blew up," Thomson said. In Bella's seven years, she has gone through 21 surgeries and spent over days in four different hospitals. Bella was born with cartilage-hair hypoplasia, a type of dwarfism, and severe combined immunodeficiency, as she was born without an immune system. Bella also has Hirschsprung's disease, which affects the bowel. Thomson said she will continue to use social media to spread Bella's joy to other kids, but also to offer support to parents who have a sick child.
Thomson has her own struggles with mental health and dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder from living in hospital with her daughter. But there is not a lot of support, if any, for most parents and what they go through watching their child endure trauma. Have a news tip? mickey. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted.
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