One man’s proposal to two women — his fiancée as well as her sister — is going viral, as it’s an irresistibly sweet love story.
When Joelle Kelly was told in her 12 week scan there was a one in two chance her baby would be born with Down Syndrome, she was devastated. Now, the 37-year-old mum-of-three from Queensland wants to share three-year-old Josee’s story to challenge perceptions and spread a message of hope to other parents expecting babies with Down Syndrome.
(Instagram/beautyandpinups) In the last year, diversity in the fashion industry has flourished. Models with disabilities have strutted down runways and been featured in fashion campaigns. Now, this same kind of diversity is making its way into the beauty industry. ALSO SEE: Kmart catalogue includes kids with disabilities Katie Meade is a 32-year-old model with Down syndrome.
“I need to speak to you about your child.” The usher looked at me with a pained expression. I nodded and stood up. I was at a dance performance in New York City with my 7-year-old daughter, Jo Jo.
A beautiful two-year-old girl with Down’s syndrome is well on her way to become a top child model – and it’s easy to see why. Connie-Rose Seabourne, from Morley, has been snapped up by a casting agency after they were bowled over by her “cheeky smile”. The 23-month-old has always been complimented on her lovely smile, prompting her mum Julie Britton to contact some modeling agencies to see if Connie-Rose has got what it takes – and she most certainly does.
The moving letter was written by Paul Daugherty, a sports columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer and the author of An Uncomplicated Life – a memoir about raising his daughter Jillian. In the letter, published on The Mighty, Paul writes of 25-year-old Jillian’s achievements as a woman with Down’s syndrome and how he feels “bliss” at how happy he knows his daughter is.
A hotel in Spain has been slammed for banning a group of children with Down syndrome as they "might annoy other guests." According to The Local, Hotel CaboGata Plaza Suites on the Costa del Sol told a worker from Down