Kent Has Down Syndrome and this is His Reaction Meeting His Newborn Brother


Babies have been family's joy. Just see how everyone's faces lit with joy and happiness seeing a newborn infront of their eyes. Babies have been parents' bundle of joy and a beautiful piece of sunshine. Everybody deserve this happiness, so does the little 4-year-old Kent upon seeing his newborn baby brother at the hospital. The expression was priceless and irreplaceable. Even though Kent was born with down syndrome, this never stops him from being a responsible and loving big brother to his sibling, Noah.




Despite his condition, Kent was still as excited just like any kid is upon knowing about his baby brother. Grandma caught this scene when little Kent was off to the hospital with his dad to visit his baby brother and his mom. He might not understand everything about it but surely he could sense and feel the joy and delight as the newborn baby Noah arrived. Kent came in the hospital with his father in a navy blue sweater with the words "Big Brother" clearly printed in front of it. He was clutching his cuddly blue bear in both hands as he excitedly ran down the hallway and even walk ahead from his dad. Kent is undeniably excited to see the youngest member of their family. You can't see he has disabilities in the video. Kent seemed to be just like any ordinary kid is. His smile on his face and how excited he was approaching his little baby sibling. From being the only child of the family, to growing as a big brother to Noah is such a big progress for Kent and on how he respond to it. His reaction just says it all. He is living a life no less than what a typical kid has. Still full of joy and happiness, Kent is living a life he deserves.



A smile is carved on Kent's face as he was lifted onto the bed with his mom. A pillow was placed on his lap so he could securely snuggle beside his dear little brother Noah. Kent watched Noah with delight and curiosity. He was observing every bit of him, he tries to reach out to his little brother as he is slowly and seemingly getting to know him. It was such a wonderful scene, and good thing Grandma captured every moment of it on the video.



Having a sibling is just like getting 2 in a price of 1. You get a family and at the same time a lifetime bestfriend that would never leave you forever. The bond never breaks, and as time flies, the bond between you two gets a lot more stronger. Kent would soon live as an example to his little brother, Noah, and lead him along the way. Even with his syndrome, we bet he's going to be a loving and caring big brother to his sibling. If Kent can do it with his brother, why can't we? Time flies so fast and we should never forget to show love every passing day in our lives.



Comments

  1. Thank you for taking a heartwarming story about a big brother meeting his little brother for the first time and absolutely ruining it with your words. You should take this down and only post it again after you learned how to not make it sound as if you were describing an extra terrestrial when talking about Down syndrome.

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    1. I agree with you Scott H. on that they should not make it sound as if they were describing and extra terrestrial.

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    2. I think you are ruining the story, Scott by making it sound like this joyful occasion was an insult to Kent or any other town's syndrome child. The story compassionately shared his disability with others and the joy he experienced at seeing his little brother. I don't know what you read that made you think they were describing an extra terrestrial but you need to add some sunshine in your life. Just saying.

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    4. scott is right.and unknown's reaction only proves it.its a boy meeting his little brother for the first time.the big brother is challenged and not disabled.

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  2. Good for you to have the tenacity to have another of God's children in your family!

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  3. What an absolutely beautiful family you have. God blessed you indeed.

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  4. A great family and big bro will be amazing and so loving, nothing has changed. X

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    1. My name is on my email, feel free to contact for any advice xx

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  5. An absolutely beautiful display of genuine love. Noah will be an incredible big brother. thank you for sharing and congratulations to the family.

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  6. This made me tear up. Kent is such a cute little fellow. The pride and joy in his eyes. He will be an awsome big brother. Congratulations Kent, Mom and Dad and extended family.

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  7. Beautiful family, such beautiful boys. Congratulations

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  8. There is no one who is more loving and happy as a person with DOWNS.
    I always say.......they do not have disabilities they have other abilities and one of them is total selfless LOVE.

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    1. agreed,they are not disabled they are challenged.

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  9. Scott H and Job H....go crawl back under your rocks... assholes!!! Now that's out of the way...God has blessed you with 2 beautiful children, loved the video. Thank you for sharing.

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  10. loved the video. I am a nana with a grandchild with cp. We do not think of him as disabled, just the people that see him that way are the one's that are TRULY missing the blessings. congrats on the new family member. and yes I agree that scott and job can go back to their rock.

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  11. I didn't share this for any other reason that this is pure joy. He is mildly affected by his ailment..it is real that he feelzzz. It's supposed to be positive not to exploit. I'm so sick of the negative crap on Facebook. Keep it real people.

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    1. It is a beautiful video.... and a beautiful message.... it's about being happy for life's little blessings.... and showing love towards others in spite of our difficulties or differences.

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