Doctors discovered the boy had AVM after he suffered rupture in 2017 caused a seizure, HuffPost reported. Kyu required surgery in 2018, but the abnormal vessels grew back and the boy required more surgery, according to a Facebook fundraising page.
According to Moua's Facebook post, she bundled her son into the car and took the boy's grandfather, Txhiaj Sawm Muas. Grandpa was confused when Kyu told him they were going to dance at the Festival Foods grocery store in Green Bay.
"Here? People are going to think we're crazy," Muas said. "I thought we were going to a party or a club."
In Moua's Facebook post, Kyu said, "Grandpa, (use) your imagination. You can dance anywhere!"
And that's what they did, showing some wicked moves on the polished floor in the frozen foods aisle.
The surgery went well, and Kyu was released from the hospital Friday, Moua said in another Facebook post.
"He's recovering so well, taking his walks through the halls with his nurse like a champion being so full of energy that the doctors don't see why he can't go home to finish recovering in the comfort of his own bed," Moua wrote.