The following are comments from the You Tube video released for World Down Syndrome Day, Mar. 21. via Google+

7 hours ago

In order to mark #WorldDownSyndromeDay   , this beautiful vid has had us all in tears this week…
Young adults with Down’s syndrome reassure expectant parents


9 hours ago

I cried._

Lennon Willhelm

1 hour ago

But nice_

Jim Laca

35 minutes ago

I admit nothing!
sniff ·

Screen shot 2014-03-21 at 2.09.19 PMJoyce Donahue via Google+

8 hours ago

It’s World Down Syndrome Day. Celebrate these truly special people – and the fact that their parents chose to let them live. (Approximately 90% of Down Syndrome babies are aborted each year – such a waste!) Each one I have ever met has been a unique gift, a true personality – and unforgettable._

Jaimito Aleman via Google+

1 hour ago

I just shed me a little tear.
:’) _

Keks Dose via Google+

2 hours ago (edited)

We’ve got all these pre-natal tests and possibilities but who are we to play god? Nowadays, if a mother decides to keep a child with the possibility of having down syndrome she’s judged by society and people ask her why she’s even keeping it and if she faces difficult times (like all other parents do at some point) they blame her because she kept it. What kind of society are we living in?
Here’s a heart-warming message. Remember tissues._ ·


Screen shot 2014-03-21 at 2.11.42 PMJonathan Rosenfeld via Google+

7 hours ago

March 21st marks the world down syndrome day, chosen for the trisomy of the 21st chromosome.
World Down Syndrome Day is a day to raise awareness of the accomplishments of those around us who have Down syndrome.
This message to an expectant mother from children suffering from Down syndrome will change how YOU view the condition.
#downsyndrome #downsyndromeawareness #worlddownsyndromeday
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douglas brinkmeyer

3 hours ago

There is a fine young man in our Church that is Down syndrome and you want to talk about singing a “Joyful Noise to the Lord” He does a Great Job and put smiles on everyone’s faces._

Enya Denadai via Google+

4 hours ago

Beautiful ♥️_

The Mobility Resource via Google+

3 hours ago

Today is World #DownSyndrome Day! This #DearFutureMom video is definitely worth a moment of your time to watch. It’s a great reminder of why people of all abilities must work together to advocate for the rights, inclusion and well being of people with Down syndrome._

Hayley Goleniowska via Google+

1 hour ago

This film created by Saatchi and Saatchi and CoorDowns is the most powerful message to Furute Mums of babies with #DownSyndrome  everywhere. I have watched several times and cry each time. Those with the message are adults with Down’s syndrome and include our actress friend Sarah Gordy  #WDSD14

To see the video, click here.