Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Down Syndrome Awareness

Although my children do not have down syndrome, I have met many beautiful children through this blog who do. Tonight as I was watching the news I saw this video. Please take time to watch it. It brought tears to my eyes and made me realize that there are still many caring young people out there and gives me hope for the future, for my own childrens' future.



Carey said...

LOVE IT!!! I was telling Ryan when we watched that tonight that I could see Chelsea up there someday! The skies the limit! Thanks for sharing with the world!

My Three Sons said...

That was awesome. Your right. High school kids do have big hearts. One of my sitters has a 16 year old named Brett that is a special needs child. My 16 year old neice goes to the same school as him as well and she said everyone goes out of their way to give Brett a high five. So I know first hand how Brett is loved by all of his classmates. He and my Carson are good buddies as well. They act like siblings and fight over the toys and I just have to sit back and laugh.
You shouldn't have anything to worry about with Kaden. I can see a lot of Brett's personalily in Kaden. He won't have any problems I'm sure.

Caden said...

What an awesome story. Brought tears to my eyes too.

Rachel said...

That is absolutely amazing!!! I saw that too. I once again, cried, when I watched it just now....again.

I read about ALOT of Down Syndrom kiddo's and I just love them.

Thanks for putting that on you post!

You are so wonderful...with all you've been through...you can still think of others! How AWESOME are you!!!


PS...I'd love to meet sometime. We are not far apart. Call me if you ever wanna friend. 816-699-6639.

Anonymous said...

A couple weeks ago, a Topeka station aired that a local school, (I think it was Rossville, or Silver Lake) crowned a king who has Downs. It was just as emotional for that crowd too. Thank you for sharing this.
Monica Becker

Susan (5 Minutes For Mom) said...

Hi - I wanted you to know that you are a finalist in our Sleeping Angel Photo Contest. :-)

The Rice Family said...

That is truly an amazing video. It just goes to show that the sky is the limit and we have no boundries as long as we continue to beleive. So glad you shared that.