Kenadie Jourdin Bromley: Primordial dwarfism Bromley in Iep (photos/video)

The Learning Channel produced the documentary “Incredibly Small: Kenadie’s Story.” Kenadie Jourdin Bromley, 5, of Sault Ste. Marie in Canada, has primordial dwarfism. This dwarfism is a genetic condition characterized by abnormal underdevelopment. Kenadie Bromley weighs 14 pounds (6.4 kg) at 5 years old.

Kenadie Bromley defied doctors by surviving past infancy. Bromley has acted in her first movie named “Iep!” or translated as “Cheep!” Kenadie Bromley was cast as Viegeltje, a fantasy creature who is half-girl and half-bird. A birdwatcher couple helped Viegeltje to recover from her ill health and then they struggle to let her go.

Brianne Jourdin, Kenadie’s mother, took her and her younger brother Ty to the production’s location in Amsterdam. “Iep!” will be released in 2009.

Kenadie Jourdin Bromley photo & story in detail.

Kenadie Jourdin Bromley photo & story.

Kenadie Jourdin Bromley video documentary.

Updated Sep 13 – Kenadie Jourdin Bromley was 4 years old in 2007 so she would be 6 in 2009.

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8 Responses to Kenadie Jourdin Bromley: Primordial dwarfism Bromley in Iep (photos/video)

  1. minismommy

    I love this little girl she’s so beautiful and unique…and because of her I know my little girl is gonna be alright she gots the same condition as her…thankyou little angel

  2. bruceb

    i have seen both documentaries on tlc and i think kenadie is an amazing child with a fantastic support system.she’s sweet and adorable and has many other great qualities such as spirit and personality.i am aware she has some medical issues which i hope and pray are kept to a minimum.keep up the great job raising this beautiful little girl.

  3. cassidy

    hey..im doing a project in school…and i am doing it about her disorder…but i think she is so adorable…she is the cutest girl ever….

  4. Anonymous

    fantastic great family love….keep it the way

  5. a bitch named hoe

    thisssssss is a remarkable story

  6. ashlee foss

    omg its ashlee foss tammy fosses daughter i miss you guys so much and i saw the new movie comin out it looks realy good

  7. lea

    is doing good and happy

  8. Carrie W

    Just wanted to say that after watching the TLC show about Kenadie, I admire her parents’ attitude about their baby girl’s differences. I take my healthy/normal child’s normalcy for granted every day and totally respect Kenadies’ parents’ strength. Way to go! Keep it up and be strong for both Kenadie and her brother!!!

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