SPARKS, Nev. (KOLO) - Eight-year-old Logan Lansborough was born without his shin bones. When his parents found out their child would have to have both his legs amputated, they knew, despite the challenges ahead, that everything was going to be okay.
“You know for a moment it was kind of (takes a breath), but then you realize it’s just legs,” says Logan’s father Michael Lansborough.
Logan was 17 months old when he had the surgery and at two years old got his first pair of prosthetic legs. Michael says he has never considered Logan’s condition to be a disability but an adaptability.
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