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For Kinsley Jo:)

Down Syndrome Awareness Month 2013
                        Calm down, it's only an extra chromosome:)
The website has been going through some technical difficulties and I'm so sorry that I have left you hanging for a whole month. I almost wasn't able to post this blog before the end of October, but I was lucky enough to get on here in time. Two years ago my sister had her little girl Kinsley. Shortly after having her the nurse had said she had Down Syndrome and apologized to my sister. When arriving at the hospital I held my little niece and saw how absolutely perfect she was and was angry that all the nurses kept saying sorry to her and acting like there was something wrong with her.  To me, all Down syndrome means is that she has an extra chromosome and that just makes her all the more special in my eyes. She is now a walking 2 year old who shakes her head yes or no, can tell you how old she is, loves playing with legos, and man can that girl eat. I know that in the future we will face many challenges with how others treat her, with how she views herself, and how cruel this world can be, but she will always be my niece and her having Down syndrome would make no difference in my mind. This month is Down Syndrome Awareness Month and I think it is important for us not only to know about this birth defect, but that we all remember that these children that are blessed with this extra chromosome are the same as you and I and that differences are what make each and every one of us beautiful. I love you Kinsley and I’m proud to be your aunt! :) I will always be here to remind you how special and amazing you are and how God made you completely perfect. I want to share this beautiful video with you made by two boys about their sisters and I hope it touches all your hearts. 
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The Hollis Boys, 6 and 7, "Speaking up for our sisters" with Down Syndrome
"We live in a small town in Central Illinois and woke one morning in April 2011 to find our home and cars had been spray painted," says Anne Hollis. The family had been attacked because her two da...

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