Sisters Gracie and Quincy Latkovski from Shepherdsville, KY love to dance together. Even though 9-year-old Gracie has cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair, she still loves to perform, and the girls recently won a national dance competition with a heartwarming routine.
Quincy, 11, began dancing at a very early age, and Gracie wanted to be just like her big sister. "Gracie said, 'Mommy, I want to dance just like Quincy,'" the girls' mother, Christin, tells the Good News. "We've taught our children that you can do anything you want to do, as long as you work hard and you believe in yourself. We told Gracie this from day one, if you want to dance, we'll put you into dance class."
Gracie joined the Miracle Dancers, a dance troupe comprised of students with special needs. After three years, Gracie made it clear that she would rather be in a regular dance class and perform with her sister. Her mother and father, Dominick, who had always supported Gracie's dreams, agreed,Read More »from Little Girl in Wheelchair and Sister Win Dance Competition