Meet Jahmir Wallace, 10-year-old boy born without any arms who masters how to play trumpet with his toes

One courageous 10-year-old from Phillipsburg New Jersey was born without arms but that doesn't stop him from triumphantly playing the trumpet with his toes.

Jahmir Wallace is a fifth-grader at Green Street Elementary School and he's also a member of the band of 40 students who played in the winter concert on Friday.

Wallace was born without any arms so in order to function in his daily life, he uses his toes as other people would use their fingers.

His inspiration for music is Stevie Wonder and he's been wanting to play the trumpet ever since the third grade.

With hard work and an inspiring and positive attitude, Jahmir's dream has become a reality and his classmates and teachers are thrilled to see him play.
'My older sister used to play the piano. So I thought maybe I should try an instrument. I thought maybe I could try and figure out new things,' he said to WPTV.
Wallace remembers the first time he played a note on the trumpet four months ago and it filled him with sheer joy.
'I kind of felt excited. I kind of felt like ‘oh man this is kind of comfortable’ and it kind of felt like this might be the one for me,' he said.
Teachers and employees at a local music store made Wallace a special stand to hold the horn so he could play the trumpet with ease.