Ten year old Levi is just one of 22 people in the world with Jansen’s metaphyseal chondrodysplasia, an extremely rare form of dwarfism in which the bones of the arms and legs do not develop normally, affecting growth and mobility. So, imagine his surprise when Levi got to meet two other young boys with the same diagnosis. Levi and brothers Arshaan and Jahan Adam were all able to get to Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, where they are being cared for by Nemours pediatric orthopedic surgeon Dr. William Mackenzie, thanks to Miracle Flights, a nonprofit that flies families free of charge to medical facilities around the country. Levi made headlines when he became Miracle Flight's 100,000th flight. This video highlights Levi's visit and the impact meeting those boys had for him.