She’s 2 years old, her favorite color is pink and she loves watching Sesame Street. She frequently laughs for no apparent reason, sings Ring Around the Rosie with gusto and vigorously resists her mother’s efforts to brush her hair.
Not far from her home in North Augusta lives 8-year-old Jordan Hall. He’s a second-grader at Aiken Elementary School, plays soccer and baseball, and delights his mother with his willingness to wash dishes after dinner.
In almost all respects, Adyson and Jordan are normal children. That they were both born with Down syndrome makes no difference to their parents.
Read more here: Parents won’t let Down syndrome define their children | The Augusta Chronicle.
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