Jordan Reeves was born with only one hand and forearm. The other arm stops before her elbow.
In an interview with CNN, Jordan's mother, Jen, opened up about the moment she saw her daughter didn't have an arm, straight after she gave birth. After a moment of panic, she knew everything would be alright.
Jen recalls looking up at her husband, Randy, and in an odd moment of peace in the chaos, she knew things were going to be OK. They learned that Jordan was born with a limb difference; the exact reason why this happens to some kids is unknown. It could have been a sign of another health problem, but for Jordan, it just meant a left arm that stops after the humerus. 'I mourned for the kid I thought I was getting, but I got a totally upgraded version,' Jen said.
Jordan, who is 11-years-old, has turned into the most kick-ass little girl you could ever imagine, and her mum blogs about her on Born Just Right.
As well as being a generally adorable human being, Jordan is a CrossFit athlete, a musician, a Girl Scout and an advocate for young children with limb differences.
As well as an inventor.
When attending a camp called, KIDmob's 'Superhero Cyborgs', Jordan decided to make herself a glitter-shooting prosthetic, which she dubbed 'Project Unicorn'.
Her prototype was pretty impressive, but after getting some public attention, she was able to get an even better one 3D printed.
CNN then picked up on Jordan's innovation and she's since become a superstar, with Chelsea Clinton even taking to Twitter to congratulate the inventor.
The daughter of Hillary and former President Bill Clinton then engaged in a Twitter conversation with Jordan's Mum that will, hands down, make your heart melt.
Monday just got a little better, didn't it?