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Old 05-30-2006, 07:30 AM   #4
angleeyes4450
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Re: Son with Mosaic Down Syndrome

I would like to say I have a daughter with mosaic downs and she is 17 now. My husband and I have always treated her the same as our other 2 children 19,12 and also my family treats her the same I would have it no other way, if I seen or heard of one doing any different I would put a stop to it, and explain why. She is very independent, smart, and a very hard worker just wanting to learn as much as she can. I think with us bringing her up like she has no disibility at all has made her what she is today. So my advice I give to all parents with ds kids is to treat them like there is nothing wrong and they will be able to do so much more than letting them realize that something is wrong with them and they cant do certain things in life


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