This is the heart-warming moment a toddler with cerebal palsy shrieked with joy as he jumped in his very first muddy puddle.
Little Wilson Sweeney, from Halifax in West Yorkshire, giggled with delight as he kicked his brightly-coloured wellington boots in the puddle.
The two-year-old, whose cerebral palsy affects his ability to use all four limbs, didn’t let his disability hold him back as he splashed around in the muddy water.
He even kicked water towards his mother, who was helping him to stand, and giggled as it barely misses her shoes.
The determined toddler joyously laughed at the camera as he continued playing in the puddle, marveling at the water as it landed on his shorts.
Little Wilson has difficulties with muscle control, balance and coordination due to his cerebral palsy, which makes crawling or even sitting very difficult.
His family expressed the importance of him being able to reach this childhood milestone online.
They wrote: ‘Wilson never splashed in a puddle until today. Something so simple and something that every toddler loves to do.
‘Wilson is no exception, he had the best time.’