Seven-year-old Sophi Green from Herriman, Utah, loves to dance despite being born without arms. Her incredible abilities to carry out activities such as eating with a knife and fork or chopsticks, writing and even riding a bike with her feet have left many people in awe.
Sophi was adopted from China by Christianne and Jeremy Green when she was just two years old. Her adoptive parents quickly realized how much she was capable of doing without arms. Christianne recalls a memorable moment when they gave Sophi her first ice cream cone. Instead of feeding it to her, Christianne held it out for Sophi, who then snatched it up with her little foot and began eating it all by herself.
Despite her obvious disability, Sophi has shown remarkable dexterity with her toes. She can use chopsticks and even a fork with ease. She is also able to write with a pen, which is an impressive feat for someone born without arms.
Sophi’s love for dancing is not just a hobby, but a way of life. She dances to music played by her 15-year-old brother Conor, but there is always a risk of 𝒊𝒏𝒋𝒖𝒓𝒚 if she falls while walking.
Sophi’s story is an inspiration to many. Her ability to overcome obstacles and accomplish everyday tasks with her feet is a testament to the human spirit. She is a reminder that with determination and a positive attitude, anything is possible.