Beautiful boy is a common term in the United States to describe a boy whose parents have the genetic traits of male children, but who also has a set of genes that make him attractive to women.
“I’m hoping to be the greatest beauty schooldropout, the only beauty schoolkid,” the boy said, speaking to the BBC.
He is the youngest child in the family, but his mother, Lisa Ladd, is in her 50s.
She has lived with her son since she was 14, and they have a very close relationship.
Lisa Ladsons son has one of the best genes for being handsome, according to the genetics website Gens.org “His hair is so pretty,” Lisa Landon said, “but it’s not quite right, it’s more like a thick white.”
“But I love his eyes,” Lisa said.
“He has such good eyes.”
In the video above, you can see Lisa Lanchons son playing in his pool, and watching the world burn.
His parents have a close relationship, Lisa said, and she says she has a hard time letting go.
But it’s a huge task for a boy her age.
In addition to being the youngest of six children, he is the only one who can walk.
He has an extra arm, a pair of scissors and a rubber band to help him get around, according the website GENS.org.
Lisa has a special bond with him.
Her son is very good at sports.
He’s very talented.
Lisa says she would rather spend time with him than be with her own children.
The Landons are from Texas, but Lisa says her husband was born and raised in Alabama.
She says he is very supportive of his son, and is an avid sports fan.
Lisa says she can’t wait to see her son grow up.
“I want him to have a life where he is not just a child, but a man,” she said.
“And I want him not to have to struggle with the challenges that come with being a man.”
The BBC contacted the Landon’s for comment, but did not hear back at the time of publication.
This article was produced by The Conversation.
It was originally published on March 27, 2020.