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Here is a powerful, powerful story of love which originally aired on ESPN. Warning: I bawled when I watched it!
(Hat tip: Joseph Williams)
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I cried like a baby
Beautiful story!! Thank you so much for sharing.
Ya got me with that one Bristol! What a powerful and beautiful story! Thanks for sharing.
Oh my gosh, Bristol, what a sweet story. Thank you for sharing. All God’s children are perfect. Especially the one’s with an extra chromosome. They teach us what real love is. Trig has brought so much joy into your lives. He is perfect.
Very nice! Wanted to make me cry too…love it.
Bristol, Thanks for posting this video. It was touching to my heart. I too had a daughter with Downs syndrome, and I know you have a cute little brother that is special also. I admire your mom very much for so many reasons. I have her books and enjoyed them a lot. In fact, I think your whole family is really neat. Watched the Alaska series, and have routed for you on DWTS. You and your adorable little boy are a treat to see in your blogs, and pictures. Just wanted to say my daughter was a beautiful gift from God and I feel b lessed that He entrusted her to our family. She taught me so much. I was only 20 when she was born and it took me a few years to appreciate and accept what God wanted to do in my life. God doesn’t make mistakes. She went to be with Jesus two years ago and we miss her so much. Trig is so cute and I know he is having a wonderful life with a family that truly loves him. God bless you in all you do.
You are so right klenix is required. Such an amazing story. Thank you for sharing it with us.
So sweet! There is absolutely something special about DS children. Every picture I see of your brother or any other precious child, my heart smiles and I can’t help but grin from ear to ear. Trig is more than lucky to have your family in his life. He will shine and make further imprints on the world. I know your mom is proud of all of you, especially him.
That was an wonderful story. It really puts things in perspective. I really liked how the father discovered that its not about his image of himself that’s important. His love for his daughter was more important. Trig is a lucky guy to have a wonderful sister like you. And great parents too!
WOW!! That was beautiful!! I bawled too!!!
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