Nothing makes the heart feel warmer than seeing a baby with a big smile.
That’s possibly the reason a video published by the National Down Syndrome Adoption Network earlier this month went viral so quickly.
More than 14 million people have watched the video, in which a baby with Down syndrome who was adopted smiles joyfully at her adoptive mother.
It’s not hard to understand why: the infant is utterly adorable. She is aware of her loving family, and the happiness she is spreading is merely a reflection of her own fulfillment.
To guarantee that every child born with Down syndrome has the opportunity to grow up in a loving family, the National Down Syndrome Adoption Network (NDSAN) was founded.
Robin and David Steele started the organization in 1982 after falling in love with Martha, a young girl with Down syndrome living in a children’s home.
Well, that video undoubtedly made me smile broadly. Who are you?