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Down Syndrome Explained in Fewer than 140 Characters

Down syndrome is the way God mysteriously shines beauty and favor upon a baby and its family. It's a blessing they never knew they needed until it comes.

—the Brittany’s Baskets of Hope team, @brittanysbaskets


Photo: Brooks Charlson, @maddycharlson

Down syndrome is truly a blessing. When you love someone with Down syndrome, you realize you have more love in your heart than you ever imagined possible.

—Kelly Blackburn, @kelly.blackburn

Photo: Basket of Hope recipient Maeve with Brittany and her family

Photo Credit: Nilaya Sabnis

Down syndrome is when you love harder than anyone.

—Jill Kirbach, @abby_cat437


Photo: Basket of Hope recipient Jacorey, @divine.jay


Down syndrome may mean an extra chromosome, but it also means extra moxie, extra adventure, extra triumph, and extra faith in the journey.

—the Brittany’s Baskets of Hope team, @brittanysbaskets



Photo: Basket of Hope recipient Evan


Down Syndrome brought to our life the simplicity and vulnerability of love before the world gets a say in its definition. Pure. Unadulterated. Overwhelming and lovely.

— Amanda Ellard, @amanda_ellard


Photo: Basket of Hope recipient Lucy, Amanda's daughter


Down syndrome is everything you never knew you wanted all wrapped up in one extra chromosome. It’s extra joy, extra love, and extra inspiration all leading to an EXTRAordinary life!

—Dana, mom of Emily Hope, 22 months, @glimmerofhope321


Photo: Basket of Hope recipient Emily

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