This is the emotional moment a two-year-old boy with special needs was able to dance with his older sister for the very first time. In the wholesome footage, Kylee Shaver, aged five, holds the hands of her brother, Magnus, as she moves him around the floor of the family kitchen in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Kylee’s joy was clear to see as she wheeled Magnus, aged two, in his stander, moved her brother's hands in time with Ed Sheehan’s “Perfect”, and even showed Magnus a quick spin. The moment took place on May 2, and Magnus’ mother, Tiffany Shaver, 34, explained how it been a long journey to get to this point. Magnus has no gross motor skills, so he cannot sit or stand independently, she said. In 2020, the family purchased Magnus a stander, which they hoped would help with his physiotherapy by allowing his body to experience the feeling of standing, as well as help with his hip and bone development. Waiting for Magnus to get used to his Leckey Squiggles Stander took some time, but one day while he was in the standing frame, his sister was dancing in the kitchen and it was suggested that she include her brother, too.