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Mother launches range of Down Syndrome dolls

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A mother has created a range of Down Syndrome dolls inspired by her daughter, who is affected by the chromosomal condition.

Connie Feda, 49, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, set about making a mini-me version of her youngest child, Hannah, after she complained that none of the dolls in a toy catalog looked like her.

http://www.dailymail...iful-plays.html

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If it made the girl happy and it makes other little girls happy then good on her. The Doll actually looks pretty as well. So it's not offensive if you know what I mean.

One of the nicest people I've met had down syndrome. Really nice guy, a lot friendlier and polite than the majority of people I've came across.

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What a great idea!

I agree with you coffee.

During the first gulf war I had a job working at a company that had hired a group of downs adults which, I became in charge of, (they cut lengths of power chord for heart defibs) they were really great to work with and pal around with.

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Lovely story and dolls.

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Great thread, thank you for posting it Still Waters

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