Thank you sir! I wish everyone could experience the joy,love,and happiness that they bring to everyone around them. We are so thankful that the only health problem she has is hypothyroidism. The early intervention and therapy’s starting at 6 months old has made worlds of difference in what these kids can do.Buddy, you have naturally brought a tear to my eye reading this and seeing those pictures. My mom was the 18th of 19 children. Her youngest brother, my uncle, was born with downs syndrome and for whatever reason, it was called mongoloid back in those days. Your daughter is beautiful.
Thank you sir,I’m so glad you shared this with us. They bring so much joy and happiness to everyone around them. Chloe is the same way with her opinions and thoughts lolWhat a cutie pie!!! I can’t believe I’ve missed this thread!! Special needs kids have my heart and always have. Just this week my wife and I were fortunate enough to take a friend and his daughter (She’s a woman by her own description) who’s softball team were the Braves this spring to her first ballgame at the new Braves ballpark. Love that girl she’s full of love and honest opinions which I really appreciate. You always know where Brandi stands on any subject. I would also like to add a note about how over the top the Braves staff were with here. Each and everyone were class acts going out of their way to make Brandi’s night special.
Thank you! I’m glad you shared with us. Whenever we’re out and see other people with Down syndrome, We’re going to talk to them lol. That’s awesome right there. You can tell that bond and love by the way they looking at each other.