Toddler With Down Syndrome Has The Cutest Smile You’ll See!

Some women experience problems during pregnancy, which lead to their babies being born with certain complications. A woman in the UK, Julie, experienced the same while having an issue, and her daughter was born with Down syndrome, which gave her a crooked jaw bone. However, this turned into a blessing, as she had the cheekiest smile you will ever find! The toddler is named Connie-Rose Seabourne, and has become the most popular and most photographed toddler model now! Take a look at the cute little baby and her smile will bowl you over with the spontaneity and sweetness it carries.
(h/t: boredpanda)

Two-year-old Connie-Rose’s ‘cheeky smile’ always drew comments from her mom’s friends that she should be a model

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“I sent an email with a picture of Connie-Rose to a model agency to ask them if they were interested or whether I was just fooling myself,” her mother Julie said

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“We got a response back straight away to say they were definitely interested”

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“When I spoke to the agencies about her Down’s syndrome diagnosis, no one even batted an eyelid”

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“She absolutely loved it. She follows direction very well and she has so much fun in front of the cameras”

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“She’s had so many photographs of her taken by me that she’s just used to it”

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“She’s already been given two contracts”

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“As soon as it gets too much for her or she doesn’t like it, we’ll stop. The first sign that she’s not enjoying it, we’ll stop”

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“I was assessed as being at higher risk of having a baby with Down’s Syndrome when I was pregnant and could have had the diagnostic test to find out but I didn’t want it because it just wasn’t an issue”

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“We have friends whose children have been diagnosed with Down’s syndrome and have had nothing but positive experiences of children with the diagnosis”

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“There’s so much support out there – it isn’t a problem. It’s just another little baby who needs to be loved”

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