It’s astonishing what an extra chromosome can do.
Humans typically have 23 pairs of them, but some people have 22 matched pairs and a set of three. That genetic sequence often leads to Down syndrome. While medical volumes call this phenomenon “trisomy, ” parents usually prefer the term “miracle.”
That’s probably why 50 different mothers and their children with Down syndrome joined forces to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day.
The families each lip-synced and signed along to Christina Perri’s reach ballad “A Thousand Years.”
“I have died everyday, waiting for you.”
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