On the day Wil was born, I was told he may have Ds. I looked down at my tiny baby on my chest. I did not believe what they said. I did not want to believe what they said. Everything in me said they can’t be right. But then I noticed the almond shape of Wil’s eyes and I knew. I cried so many tears looking into his eyes.
Now, I wouldn’t change a thing about Wil’s lovely almond eyes.
Wil’s eyes have not changed. The way I see them has.


Published by Christie Taylor

Christie Taylor is the creator of the website, www.WILingness.com, and author of "Stories of Wil: Puberty Part 1" (Amazon.com: amzn.to/30mFoZ5) Christie believes that if we all had the opportunity to spend a day with our loved ones with Down syndrome, many of the stereotypes and stigmas would dissipate. Christie invites you, through her stories, to spend a day with Wil. The more the merrier!

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