My brother is a junior in high school. He has downsyndrome. He has to be the most popular kid at our school by far!! he has the biggest personality and all the friends anyone could ever want. he is always hugging and high-fiving people. He could go up to a person he didnt know and shake their hand and start talking to them and it would seem like the other peson has known him all their lives. Nothing can keep him down he is always smiling and singing songs (high school musical mainly) i just want to let every one know that the thought of having a disabled child might worry you, the bright side of it is that they are the warmest, kindest, funniest! human beings. im glad that he is my brother. it has opened many doors for me and i am in a group where special ed and regualr ed kids have buddies and we go out of school and just hang out. I get to go to Special Olympics and see all of his and now my friends. Chris is truly a blessing and im thankful everyday that i can call him my brother.
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