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Seattle, WA is home to a population of 704,358 people, from which 90.5% are citizens. The ethnic composition of the population of Seattle, WA is composed of 453,096 White residents ( 64.3% ), 103,759 Asian residents ( 14.7% ), 48,802 Black residents ( 6.93% ), 46,788 Two+ residents ( 6.64% ), and 45,194 Hispanic residents ( 6.42% ). The most common foreign languages in Seattle, WA are Spanish ( 27,036 speakers), Chinese ( 25,169 speakers), and African Languages ( 13,707 speakers), but compared to other places, Seattle, WA has a relative high number of Scandinavian ( 1,741 speakers), African Languages ( 13,707 speakers), and Japanese ( 5,895 speakers).

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Median Foreign-Born Age
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In 2016 , the median age of all people in Seattle, WA was 35.5 . Native-born citizens, with a median age of 34.8 , were generally younger than foreign-born citizens, with a median age of 37.9 . But people in Seattle, WA are getting staying the same age. In 2015 , the average age of all Seattle, WA residents was 35.5 .

The closest comparable data for the census place of Seattle, WA is from the state of Washington.
Most common origin
1. Mexico
2. Philippines
3. India
relatively high origin
1. Moldova
2. Marshall Islands
3. Somalia

In 2016 , the most common birthplace for the foreign-born residents of Washington was Mexico , the natal country of 240,928 Washington residents, followed by Philippines with 71,953 and India with 59,314 .

When compared to other states , Washington has a relatively high number of residents that were born in Moldova . In 2016 , there were 5,802 people from Moldova living in Washington , approximately 6.21 times more than would be expected based on national averages.

The moment took just a few seconds but for her family and for Maya, it was a momentous journey.

Her mother, Ann Tisdale, told ABC News Wednesday that Maya was born four months early at 26 weeks and weighed 1 pound, 10 ounces at birth. Her fighting spirit in the NICU earned her the nickname "Mighty Miss Maya" among family and friends.

Before she turned 2 years old, however, Maya was diagnosed with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy.

This specific type of cerebral palsy caused "the muscles in her hips, legs and feet to be tight or spastic" and left her "unable to stand on her own for more than a few seconds, or walk without the use of walker," Fereshte Womens Fashion Pointedtoe PU Leather Allmatched Ankle Boot Matt Apricot lC47oySJYK
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Tisdale said that despite the diagnosis, Maya remained very independent, wanting to do everything that her two older brothers did.

"We're always trying to help her and she always says, 'No, I can do it!'" she said. "She doesn't need or want help to do things. She's going to try to do it herself."

Tisdale said that although Maya had been using the assistance of a walker since she was 1, Maya really desired to walk independently.

So, in May, after much research and appointments, her family traveled with her to St. Louis Children's Hospital in Missouri, where she underwent a surgical procedure called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy.

According to the family's website , the surgery was intended to "permanently reduce Maya's spasticity, giving her the ability to live with less pain and greater mobility."

Tisdale said after the surgery, Maya's doctor had told them that she'd be able to walk "someday" but not without grueling, daily physical therapy.

So watching Maya walk -- just a smidge past seven weeks postsurgery -- left her family in shock and disbelief.

"We expected where Maya was before surgery that it would take her at least six months to a year to get to independent steps and here we are seven weeks after. ... She's just kind of blowing it out of the water," Tisdale said.

While she celebrated this joyous moment for her daughter, Tisdale said Maya had a "long road of learning" ahead of her.

"Maya still has CP (cerebral palsy). She still has the damage in her brain and she still has some tightness in her legs. ... She's going to continue with physical therapy five days a week, just like we've been doing, and get stronger and practice her skill of walking," she said. "But to just to have those first steps and knowing that it's possible is so great for her and our family."

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