According to Paisley’s 21-year-old mother, Madison, Paisley’s tongue was always protruding, and she constantly chewed on it due to limited space in her mouth. As a result, she frequently displayed amusing facial expressions.
The physicians feared she might suffocate when she was born, so they attached her to a ventilator to ensure that she was breathing normally. She had 5 cm of her toenails removed at the age of six months, but the situation did not appear to improve. She was able to entirely shave her head thanks to the second life-saving procedure that involved removing a portion of her fingernail.
Pisley was diagnosed and spent three and a half months in the NICU in Niagara Falls.
Pisley had her first tonge redction rery at the age of six months and her second at the age of thirteen months, both at the doctor’s recommendation.