SPOKANE, Wash. -

Over the last year and a half, KXLY has followed Jameson Davis' journey. Jameson is the Spokane baby born without arms, but now there's a new chapter in this toddler's life that involves a special pair of prosthetic arms.

For six months, Jameson has been using myo-electric prosthetic arms, made just for him. In fact, he's the youngest person ever to have a pair of them.

"He can do pretty much anything that any other little kid can do," his mom Brooke Davis said.

His surfer blond hair and bright blue eyes melt your heart and his determination inspires you.

"You know he's just a growing little boy," dad Jim Davis said.

Jameson wears the myo-electric arms twice a day. The arms have sensors that pick up movement.

"So in the simplest terms, if he just flexes his little biceps, it will open and close the hand," Jim said.

The arms cost over $100,000. Insurance paid for most, but the Spokane community stepped up, raising $25,000.

"It's amazing to know there are great people in Spokane and they are willing to help strangers," Jim said.

Jim and Brooke just want to provide their son the very best life.

"We just want to give him the option as he grows up to wear them when he wants to color or eat with a fork or spoon or whatever he wants and if he wants to play without them, that's great too," Jim said.

Jameson might not understand their importance yet, but he will. In the meantime, he'll continue to be an active toddler who brightens up any room.