Oklahoma's own came together to help a young boy walk Monday.
One-year-old Lincoln Mouser was born more than 16 weeks premature.
He's battled a number of complications, including having part of his right leg amputated, when he was 1 month old.
But this little guy is a fighter.
He was fitted for his first prosthetic at the Hanger Clinic in Tulsa, and Monday he was back there showing how well he can walk.
"He is so determined to do anything. He has just taken off in the past couple of weeks with walking. He's done great," said Lincoln's mother, Andrea Mouser. "He's going to be able to do anything for the rest of his life—nothing going to be able to stop him."
The next step for Lincoln on his road to recovery is a new knee joint, but for that he will need to wait a little while longer.