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Napasawan Weeradejtaweewong was waiting patiently for over nine years to hear her son say "Mum". And to her, this was one of the most memorable and heartfelt experiences a mother could ever have. 

"My son finally called me Mum. That was the best thing I ever heard," Napasawan said. "I was overwhelmed. My heart was filled with joy and my eyes were filled with happy tears."

Napasawan's son Nong Win, who is now 11 years old, is a child with special needs. He has had a hard time communicating his thoughts and desires through language and therefore usually does this through body language.

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