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Birthday Facebook page goes viral for Michigan boy

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BEAN STATION, TN (WJHL) - A Michigan boy with a disorder similar to Autism and Asperger's is feeling a lot of love for his birthday after his story went viral. The mother of Colin Cunningham asked him if he wanted a birthday party, but Colin replied saying there was no point because he had no friends.

Heartbroken, Colin's mom, Jennifer made a Facebook page for her son's birthday and now people all over the world are writing in birthday wishes and sending him cards.

The best part of Colin's viral Facebook page? It's all a big secret. Colin's mom is hiding all of his birthday cards from him until his actual birthday on March 9th.

If you want to wish Colin a happy birthday on his Facebook page: click here.

You can also send him a card at this address:
  • Colin Cunningham
  • P.O. Box 756
  • Richland, MI 49083-0757
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