Ayden and I (his mother) are starting a fundraiser to get us into the Marine Corps Marathon! This will be our first marathon together and with Ainsley's Angels of America. We have been running with Ainsley's Angels for about 5 months. We are so blessed to be apart of such an amazing group of people. Ayden has the best times with he is out rolling with his friends.As a mother seeing him smile and enjoy rolling brings so much joy to my heart. Having a child with special needs that is the one thing you hope for your child is to be included. Ainsley's Angels of America has given us that and so much more!Ayden stayed in the NICU for the first two months of his life and was diagnosed with Pura Syndrome. Pura Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that has affected every aspect of Ayden's life. He is now two years old and just recently mastered his roll and is working on his sitting. He has not taken a step, spoken a word, and is G-Tube fed but works very hard everyday in therapy overcoming his obstacles. Running with Ayden allows me to take all of those challenges away and let him enjoy being included in racing without focusing on his differences.