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'A force to be reckoned with, one arm or two'

Published 9:55 AM ET, Mon February 13, 2017
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Jordan Reeves, 11, was born with only part of her left arm. "She's a force to be reckoned with, one arm or two. It doesn't matter," her mom, Jen Reeves, said Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan is shown in October 2006, wearing one of her first prosthetic arms. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan is an athlete; she's shown here taking a swing on the baseball field. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan started CrossFit as a challenge and a way to build up muscle strength. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan also plays basketball. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan shows off her glitter-shooting prosthetic arm she made a the Superhero Cyborg camp in January 2016. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan upgraded her glitter shooter, called Project Unicorn, with the help of her design partner, Sam Hobish, in 2016. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan poses with one of her favorite Disney characters before receiving an award at Disney World last summer. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right
Jordan was a winner of the Dream Big, Princess award for her innovative work in the limb difference community. Jen Lee Reeves/Born Just Right