Cerebral Palsy Toddler Can't Stop Laughing As He Discovers Bubble Wrap

This is the heart-warming moment that the mother of a baby with cerebral palsy find just how much he likes bubble wrap. An adorable video has record the first time 15-month-old Mikey Albert experienced the fun of bubble wrap. Mikey’s mother Emma Albert, 32, a trainer and a business owner from Perth in Australia has had to find new ways to play with baby Mikey as he suffers from cerebral palsy and other conditions.After he suddenly burst into laughter, she decided to record a video of her experience. Emma and her husband Andrew, 32, a commercial driver, feel blessed to have a child with an infectious giggle.’I started popping the bubble wrap and he suddenly erupted into laughter so I thought I better record it,’ said Emma.

‘As Mikey can’t use toys like other kids, I am often improvising and using chocolate wrappers, cardboard, cling film etc to make him fun toys so that he can enjoy.’ she added.Michael ‘Mikey’ Paul Albert had a tough start to life. After tests showed that his heart rate was slow, Emma gave birth to Mikey, prematurely, at 35 weeks old.Mikey was born with cerebral palsy, epilepsy, microcephaly, global developmental delay and hearing loss. But none of this stops him from being happy and always smilingMikey suffers from cerebral palsy meaning he doesn’t interact as well with toys other children his age would enjoy.
So his doting mum likes to improvise games with her baby including playing with sweet wrappers, cling film and cardboard.Emma gave birth to Mikey, prematurely, at 35 weeks old but despite suffering from various conditions he has remained a bundle of joy for the Albert clan.Now over a year old, Mikey has therapy multiple times a week and the cute kid is seen giggling uncontrollable at the end of it.Emma said: ‘He thinks everything is pretty funny and reminds everyone he meets to laugh often and laugh loud.’

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