Sadly, not every kid is born physically or cognitively perfect—some infants may be born with problems that may influence their growth into adults. Nonetheless, in their parents’ eyes, they are perfect!
Twins Charlie and Milo McConnel have Down syndrome. Down syndrome is caused by a triple of a certain chromosome rather than a doubling. The genetic abnormality causes developmental challenges such as significantly diminished cognitive capacity, delayed cognitive development, a distinctive facial appearance, and other issues.
Rather than bemoaning their children’s situation, Dan and Julie have opted to cherish it.
The couple frequently uploads images of their darling twins on social media in an effort to show the world the “benefits” of the condition. These photographs depict the difficulties, delights, and insider information about raising Down syndrome kids.
Her objective is to attract families who have received a Down syndrome diagnosis for their kid since it may be really frightening. She hopes others discover them and understand that this is how life can be, Julie remarked. It may be enjoyable, full of love, and not frightening. They have no remorse, and there is so much happiness in their life, which she hopes people see.
While some may disagree with their activities or believe the twins are beautiful in their own right, it is apparent that they are building a community for parents of kids with Down syndrome—a safe area where they, too, can share their experiences and learn more about others’.
They take a bit longer to reach milestones, yet when they do, they rejoice like no other parents alive, Julie explained. They throw a celebration, and they’re really happy for them when they achieve their goals.
It’s important to show all of them that they’re here, and that there are all these kids in the community, and they hope that they’ll notice them and remember them, and that things will continue to improve in their towns with lots of compassion, their father said.
They’re standing on the shoulders of other parents who paved the way for all of this to occur, and it’s a wonderful moment to have a Down syndrome child…
He wants to watch them grow up and pursue their dreams.