Even after they've asked "why?" for the hundredth time, the little chatterboxes we know as kids never stop being cute! When doctors inserted a tracheotomy tube into the throat of three-month "preemie" Olivia Garnett-Rahm, her parents worried the hole in her throat would get in the way of "normal" kid things like never-ending questions and singing.
Four years later, mom records a proud Olivia celebrating her newest musical milestone—she can now control the volume and pitch of her voice by sticking her finger in the tracheotomy tube! "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" indeed.