WATCH: Adorable little girls perform viral dance in wheelchairs

WEATHERFORD- Brooklyn and Mayli aren’t letting their wheelchairs stop them from doing what they love most- dancing.

The two little girls from Texas made a viral dance video to the popular Silento song, “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).”

The two girls are part of a group called Aylita Wheelchair Dance. The group, created by Sammy Wimberly hosts a dance class for children that are disabled.

“Our mission is to inspire, encourage, and build confidence,” Wimberly wrote on the groups GoFundMe page. “We want to give these kids a space where they won’t feel so ‘difference’ or stared at, or questioned. A space where they can feel safe and free to express themselves.”

But no one expresses it quite better than Mayli.

“Dancing makes my heart happy,” she says. 

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