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 Sitting up is a new development for Paysen. Her therapists' next goals for her are to utilize both hands while sitting up on her own. This photo proves her progress.
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 Paysen Davis sits strapped into her wheel chair with the help of nurse Allison Bryum and her mother Danika before they take a walk around the neighborhood with sons Logan and Nathan as well as the family dog Daisy.
 In-home nurse Beth McClelland holds and comforts Paysen Davis after a morning of schooling in the family home.
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 Monica Dawicke, pediatric occupational therapist stretches out her patient Paysen Davis during her appointment.
 Davis' room is painted purple, a common color that represents Paysen, such as in her own organization, Paysen's Persistent Journey, which her mother, Danika Davis started shortly after her birth to raise money for all of Paysen's medical expenses.
 Paysen Davis lies after getting her diaper changed waiting for her mother to put her pajamas on her. Paysen has a scar down the center of her abdomen as a result of surgery, as well as a port for her feeding tube, which sets Davis apart from her brothers and other children her age.
 Danika Davis kisses the forehead of her 20-month-old daughter Paysen on an afternoon at home after a long day of Occupational Therapy that morning.
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