Skydiving is a thrilling and exhilarating activity that has been enjoyed by people of all ages for many years. But for one young daredevil, it has become a record-breaking feat.

On July 4th, 8-year-old Abigail Baird became the youngest person ever to skydive. With the help of her father and an experienced skydiving instructor, Abigail jumped out of a plane at 3,000 feet and safely parachuted to the ground.

The experience was a dream come true for Abigail, who had been dreaming of skydiving since she was a toddler. “I wanted to skydive ever since I was two,” she says. “I can’t believe I did it!”

In order to make her dream a reality, Abigail had to jump through a few legal hoops. Her parents had to get special permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to let her skydive, and an instructor had to accompany her on the flight. But Abigail was undeterred, and she was determined to make her dream come true.

In addition to skydiving, Abigail is also an avid skier and climber. She hopes that her record-breaking skydive will inspire other young people to challenge themselves and follow their dreams.