SC boy suffering from bone disorder asks for Christmas cards

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LIBERTY, S.C. — The mother of a boy suffering from OsteoGensis Imperfecta, a genetic disorder that causes bones to break easily, is asking for help making her son’s Christmas wish come true, according to WHNS.

Kristi Walden said her 8-year-old son, Kyler, has had several surgeries and has about 15 broken bones. She said he loves getting mail and has a PO box in Liberty. His Christmas wish this year is to receive lots of Christmas cards.

People who would like to send Kyler a card should deliver it to the following address:

Cards for Kyler
PO Box 804
Liberty, SC 29657