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Mãe mostra fotos da formatura da filha, que tem Síndrome de Down

"Ela superou tudo, desde defeitos cardíacos graves que supostamente acabariam com sua vida aos 3 anos de idade"

Por: Redação

Aos 6 anos de idade, Hannah Grace se formou no jardim de infância e protagonizou um ensaio de formatura fofo e cheio de vida. A fotógrafa norte-americana Stephanie Mullowney eternizou o momento em que a sua filha, que tem Síndrome de Down, venceu mais um desafio de sua vida.

Hannah Grace
Crédito: Reprodução/Instagram @thedollcollectionsHannah Grace tem 6 anos e se formou no jardim de infância

Segundo a mãe de Hannah, a garotinha enfrentou problemas de saúde e superou a expectativa dos médicos.

“Hannah trabalhou muito para usar este chapéu e essa capa. Ela superou tudo, desde defeitos cardíacos graves que supostamente acabariam com sua vida aos 3 anos de idade. Ela melhorou suas habilidades motoras, de fala, a timidez”, disse Stephanie ao Popsugar.

Stephanie também desabafou sobre sempre ter ouvido que sua filha não conseguiria nem seria capaz de conquistar algo, mas agora ela tem como provar que valeu a pena ter confiado na pequena sempre.

“Em algumas dessas fotos, ela pulava para cima e para baixo gritando: ‘Eu consegui!’ E sim, ela com certeza conseguiu!”, disse Stephanie. “Ela é uma vencedora, é amada, e eu vou comemorar cada marco que ela superar, porque é um grande negócio em nosso mundo”.

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Ok guys, if you weren't planning on crying today DO NOT look through these pics! Many of you have followed us since the beginning. You know our story and have followed our journey from around the LITERAL world. That being said, you all know how important these pictures of my precious girl are because you know how far she's come to be able to wear this cap and gown. When I lived in Maui, HI my doctor gave me the option to abort Hannah Grace based on my 'measuring small' bc of the POSSIBILITY of her having Down Syndrome (I refused all testing and gave that woman a resounding NO!). THEN her dad chose not to accept her #trisomy21 diagnosis at birth and he left on day 5 of her tiny life. And sadly there are many doctors around the world who are trying to 'screen out' Down Syndrome and scare parents into thinking that an extra chromosome is a death sentence but boy do they have it all WRONG! Guess what? God says she's PERFECT. God says she IS WORTHY of LIFE, LOVE, and JOY. Jesus says she is PRECIOUS in His sight. She has overcome so much in her life, and when she walks the stage next month to graduate (yes she gets to have a ceremony now!), I am going to ball like a baby [again] and continue to cheer her on in EVERYTHING she does. I will NEVER limit her and will support all she wishes to do in life. She is so determined (and sassy, lol!) Please help me congratulate my Amazing Hannah Grace for such a HUGE accomplishment! Go ahead, tell me which is your favorite if you can lol! #DONTLIMITME #PROVETHEMWRONG #ACTUALLYICAN #LIFEISBETTERWITHYOU #KINDY #CLASSOF2020 To see more Dolls be sure to follow the Dolls here on FB, and hit the 'see first' button (under the 'following' tab) www.paperdollsphotography.com #ClassOf2020 #InstaGood #NashvillePhotographer #DestinationPhotographer#FineArtPhotographer #KindergartenGraduation #Quarantine #Covid19 #KidsOfInstagram #NashvilleStrong #MusicCity #HendersonvillePhotographer #GallatinPhotographer #DownSyndrome #LuckyForYou #LifeIsBetterWithYou #InstaKids #NashvilleModel #ProudMama #Graduation #JesusLovesMe #FearfullyAndWonderfullyMade

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Ok guys, if you weren't planning on crying today DO NOT look through these pics! Many of you have followed us since the beginning. You know our story and have followed our journey from around the LITERAL world. That being said, you all know how important these pictures of my precious girl are because you know how far she's come to be able to wear this cap and gown. When I lived in Maui, HI my doctor gave me the option to abort Hannah Grace based on my 'measuring small' bc of the POSSIBILITY of her having Down Syndrome (I refused all testing and gave that woman a resounding NO!). THEN her dad chose not to accept her #trisomy21 diagnosis at birth and he left on day 5 of her tiny life. And sadly there are many doctors around the world who are trying to 'screen out' Down Syndrome and scare parents into thinking that an extra chromosome is a death sentence but boy do they have it all WRONG! Guess what? God says she's PERFECT. God says she IS WORTHY of LIFE, LOVE, and JOY. Jesus says she is PRECIOUS in His sight. She has overcome so much in her life, and when she walks the stage next month to graduate (yes she gets to have a ceremony now!), I am going to ball like a baby [again] and continue to cheer her on in EVERYTHING she does. I will NEVER limit her and will support all she wishes to do in life. She is so determined (and sassy, lol!) Please help me congratulate my Amazing Hannah Grace for such a HUGE accomplishment! Go ahead, tell me which is your favorite if you can lol! #DONTLIMITME #PROVETHEMWRONG #ACTUALLYICAN #LIFEISBETTERWITHYOU #KINDY #CLASSOF2020 To see more Dolls be sure to follow the Dolls here on FB, and hit the 'see first' button (under the 'following' tab) www.paperdollsphotography.com #ClassOf2020 #InstaGood #NashvillePhotographer #DestinationPhotographer#FineArtPhotographer #KindergartenGraduation #Quarantine #Covid19 #KidsOfInstagram #NashvilleStrong #MusicCity #HendersonvillePhotographer #GallatinPhotographer #DownSyndrome #LuckyForYou #LifeIsBetterWithYou #InstaKids #NashvilleModel #ProudMama #Graduation #JesusLovesMe #FearfullyAndWonderfullyMade

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Ok guys, if you weren't planning on crying today DO NOT look through these pics! Many of you have followed us since the beginning. You know our story and have followed our journey from around the LITERAL world. That being said, you all know how important these pictures of my precious girl are because you know how far she's come to be able to wear this cap and gown. When I lived in Maui, HI my doctor gave me the option to abort Hannah Grace based on my 'measuring small' bc of the POSSIBILITY of her having Down Syndrome (I refused all testing and gave that woman a resounding NO!). THEN her dad chose not to accept her #trisomy21 diagnosis at birth and he left on day 5 of her tiny life. And sadly there are many doctors around the world who are trying to 'screen out' Down Syndrome and scare parents into thinking that an extra chromosome is a death sentence but boy do they have it all WRONG! Guess what? God says she's PERFECT. God says she IS WORTHY of LIFE, LOVE, and JOY. Jesus says she is PRECIOUS in His sight. She has overcome so much in her life, and when she walks the stage next month to graduate (yes she gets to have a ceremony now!), I am going to ball like a baby [again] and continue to cheer her on in EVERYTHING she does. I will NEVER limit her and will support all she wishes to do in life. She is so determined (and sassy, lol!) Please help me congratulate my Amazing Hannah Grace for such a HUGE accomplishment! Go ahead, tell me which is your favorite if you can lol! #DONTLIMITME #PROVETHEMWRONG #ACTUALLYICAN #LIFEISBETTERWITHYOU #KINDY #CLASSOF2020 To see more Dolls be sure to follow the Dolls here on FB, and hit the 'see first' button (under the 'following' tab) www.paperdollsphotography.com #ClassOf2020 #InstaGood #NashvillePhotographer #DestinationPhotographer#FineArtPhotographer #KindergartenGraduation #Quarantine #Covid19 #KidsOfInstagram #NashvilleStrong #MusicCity #HendersonvillePhotographer #GallatinPhotographer #DownSyndrome #LuckyForYou #LifeIsBetterWithYou #InstaKids #NashvilleModel #ProudMama #Graduation #JesusLovesMe #FearfullyAndWonderfullyMade

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