My name is Victoria, and I live in Chile, South America. I was born in April 2016, with all my parameters normal. I was 7 months old, I was diagnosed with global development delay. At the age of 10 months, I started having seizures but nobody knew this was related to Epilepsy. Only when I was a little older than 1 year old, I was diagnosed with Epilepsy, although still nobody knew the real cause, but I started with Levetiracetam to control my seizures. We also started undergoing many neurological and genetic tests, which resulted in a preliminary diagnosis of Angelman Syndrome. Shortly after this diagnosis, my Epilepsy started mutating into West and then Lennox-Gastaut syndromes, so everybody worried and rushed to give me much stronger anti-convulsant medicines. When I was 21 months old, I was diagnosed with a KCNB1 mutation. I still have a very slow development, but my seizures seem to be mostly controlled with my medications, although my EEG is still irregular. My parents and I do our best to have the best comprehensive treatment possible, such as Neurologic, Kinesiology, Occupational Therapy, Phonoaudiology, Massage Therapy, Music Therapy (non-verbal communication), Rolfing, and many others. I still have many sleeping and eating problems, but with my beloved parents and older brother Martín, we do our best to make my current and future life happy and healthy. We are all surrounded by wonderful love, and we all take care of each other. I like doing many things, but my favourite ones are chilling out in the ball pit, going to the park to play on the swing, and yes, the thing that I really most love to do is breastfeeding.