Beautiful Tiaraoluwa Ogunleye from Nigeria was born on September 5, 2015. She has a congenital defect that makes one of her arms shorter than the other and has only three fingers.
When she was born, her mother Ogunleye was devastated and scared for her daughter. Although she was heartbroken, she was also challenged by the marginalization that many people with disabilities experience in society.
It does not matter if they were born in this way or if they have suffered a harmful injury at some point. There is one aspect of society that does not exist when it comes to integrating disabled people into society. That has to change.
According to reports from Tuko Kenya, although Adetola nursed this fear at her child’s birth, she didn’t love the princess any less. Despite the fact that her limb difference made her daughter special and unique, she decided to show the world how to make a difference at such a young age.
With over 6,100 followers on her Instagram page Unlimited Tiara Oluwa, she is preparing to become an internet sensation before she turns four. Hundreds of people draw courage and inspiration from their smiles and eternal happiness, and many admit that it motivates them to do good even before they are born. She is the apple of her parent’s eye, and her smile brings joy and excitement to her life. I would not say you the truth, my mother was devastated when she gave birth to her, because she had locked herself and her daughter for a whole year in the house and it was like her world was collapsed, but today I am so excited to have her in my life. Before she turned four this month, her mother posted adorable photos of her daughter on Instagram taken by celebrity photographer Mofebamuyiwa.
The mother-of-three has become an activist for awareness of the differences between limbs and is trying to inspire other people born with physical challenges to hold their heads up high. She is also the founder of the Limbable Society, which celebrates the unique abilities of people with limb differences. It doesn’t make anyone else. It’s not something that makes them inadequate. And it’s something special and unique.
In a post shared on her own page Adetolaleye by Tiara’s mother, she revealed that her daughter has no doubt about who she is, even though people don’t stop acting like she is different. Tiara does many things for herself without help. She feeds herself, writes at school and at home, carries her own things and rides a bicycle.
“I’m so tired of everyone constantly worrying and wondering what happened to my hand, and I don’t like it when they bother me by touching my hand. I pray that God will let my hand grow again and stop bothering me,” she said.
Their mother encourages parents to let their children know how special they are, regardless of the physical deformation with which they were born. “Parents and guardians need to explain to their children and wards that it is OK for different people to be born differently. Everyone is created differently, tall, short, tall, small, fat, slim, dark, beautiful, God created us all with our unique abilities. They must also stress the fact that it can be rude to stare at or point at people. Her mother’s heart was broken, but she was determined to find a way to prove to her daughter that she was perfect.