I want to introduce my amazing daughter Grace. She is currently 15 years old, and freshman in highschool. Grace was first diagnosed with aniridia when she was 7 weeks old from our ophthalmologist. I had a normal pregnancy and delivery, she was 2 weeks overdue and only 7lbs. We noticed an eye issue right away. Our ophthalmologist diagnosed her with aniridia and then told us about WAGR syndrome. We did some research and it led us to our wonderful WAGR group. We were not convinced that Grace had WAGR syndrome. We just thought she had aniridia. At 20 months she was diagnosed with Wilm’s tumor and has had a right nephrectomy. By 4 years of age she had the cataract in her left eye removed. Sounds like a lot, but this really was the worst of it. Grace has been relatively healthy and happy her whole life. Grace is very much full of life and enjoys many activities. Grace has been dancing for 10 years, plays baseball, hockey, and swims for her highschool swim team. She has been involved in girl scouts for 9 years, and has had many opportunities to enjoy activities because of it. Grace loves her music more than anything, and you can always catch her singing in a mirror dancing to the music. She would love to be the next American Idol. Grace attends a couple of different camps each year and has grown with each experience. There is no limit to what she can do, and she surprises us all the time. Grace has taught me more life lessons than I will ever teach her, and for that I am beyond grateful. I feel lucky to have a daughter like her.