A video has captured the moment a brave little girl born with no arms managed to feed herself using just her feet.
The clip shows flexible Vasilina who lives in Russia using her toes to grip her fork and guide it into her mouth.
The video was captured by her mother Elmira Knutzen who giggles as she watches her daughter’s achievements.
Little Vasilina has taught herself how to grip the fork between her toes before manoeuvering food onto it
The short clip sees Vasilina gripping her fork with her toes and manoeuvring her dinner towards her mouth.
The tot then uses her other right foot to reposition the potato and her fork before lifting her leg once more to aim for her mouth.
On her second attempt Vasilina successfully guides her food into her mouth much to her mother’s delight.
In the video, which has had over 45 million views so far, little Vasilina strains to get the food to her mouth
The toddler edges forward so she can reach the fork, which is firmly clasped between her toes
And it isn’t just Vasilina’s mother who is impressed by her skills.
Since sharing it on her Facebook page on Wednesday Elmira’s video has received over 45 million views.
Although it has been online for less than a week it has also gained over a million shares and 300,000 likes.
The clip has encourages a deluge of encouraging comments from around the world as people applaud the baby’s efforts.
The video of Vasilina’s accomplishment has been shared over one million times on Facebook
Vasilina’s efforts have attracted an incredible amount of praise online
The toddler understandably looks pleased to have achieved her goal
Editha Barro Carbajal was keen to congratulate her efforts remarking: ‘This child is awesome’.
Graeme Chipper O Connell later commented: ‘Inspirational stuff wot a beautiful child bless her (sic).’
Ruth Morgan joined the conversation adding: ‘This is one reason why I stop complaining about life and taking each day as it arrives’.
Joanne Mccumesky-Brown said: ‘Brilliant she will go a long way with such positive determination must be a very proud mum X’.