The Williams Syndrome Association put out a wonderful video that touches on some of the main points of Williams Syndrome. I know so many of the beautiful faces in this video, and it fills me with joy. When my son was first diagnosed with WS, we weren’t in contact with anybody else who had it, and felt horrifically alone. (I discuss it on my old blog that I started in 2005.) Now I can simply hop on Facebook and chat with so many others who are dealing with the same thing.
Niko is unusual because he also has Autism, so he isn’t as verbal as most people with Williams Syndrome. But the health issues, the facial features, the desire to connect, and the beautiful souls are the same.
I love you guys. Please take a few minutes and take a peek into our lives. <3
You can learn more at The Williams Syndrome Association.
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