My great story is about my daughter Kaelyn. She is only three, but already has her parents' sarcastic sense of humor. She is super smart too. Kaelyn gives the best hugs. Whenever we have a bad day it ends abruptly when we arrive home to her smiling face and silly personality. She does not let us stay in our bad mood. If she sees one of us upset, she will tell us "it's alright" and hug us. It's almost as if she can sense when we need a hug. She loves music and dancing and "makes" us get up and dance with her! I also see her becoming a self-advocate one day. Or a television star. She's already had numerous TV appearances, including with her daddy for the R-Word campaign he led at the school where he teaches; when she nominated her teacher for Teacher of the Week with one of the local news stations; for the Young Athletes Program with Special Olympics that her class participated in; and she participates yearly with the local Children's Miracle Network Telethon, telling her story of entering this world 6 weeks early on a local TV station. She is also featured on the local Ladeeda Music Company's website, where she sings and dances her heart out weekly. Her preschool teacher gave her the "Diane Sawyer" Award last year for most TV appearances! Kaelyn has taught her daddy and me patience, unconditional love, and that nothing can hold you back. Not an extra chromosome, not several heart defects, and definitely not delays in development. I don't know anyone more determined, strong, or able to make a lasting impression on someone with just a glancing meeting, especially at such a young age. I have a feeling this is going to be one exciting ride and I can't wait to see where Kaelyn, our little rock star, takes us!