Something about baby Cindy had always nagged at her parents. Doug and Jen would puzzle over what made their daughter stand out from other babies of her age. She wasn’t exceptionally tall or short, thin or chubby, and although they would have liked to believe she was “gifted,” they knew deep down that there was really no way they could really tell at such an early age. The pediatrician confirmed that her height, weight, and head size were all within a normal range. She scored at about the 67th percentile. It would have to be, they decided, the near Herculean strength she displayed on a daily basis.