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My Angel My Ady
Princess Ady
Princess Ady
My Angel My Ady

My story is about a beautiful little girl named Adeline Raine. She has Down syndrome. Her parents knew she may have Down syndrome before she was born but choose not to get any testing as they were accepting of it from the beginning. A lot of doctors weren't sure how to deal with such parents. Why weren't they upset, angry, sad? Because she is their angel, their pride and joy. Why should they be upset? Ady is a beautiful little girl. Yes, she has an extra chromosome, but she should be loved and treated like any other little girl. She is a typical little girl who loves purses, pink, barbies and baby dolls. She loves to get her nails done like any other four year old. That little girl is my daughter, my life, my angel, my Ady.

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