This Big Sister Just Made the Sweetest Video Tribute to Her Sibling With Special Needs

Morgan Emmons, from Oxnard, California, has a little sister with Down syndrome. Recently, she made a video to show the world what it’s been like for her to have a sibling with special needs.

The sweet video, posted on her Facebook page last Sunday, has nearly 2,000 views and has been shared more than a hundred times so far.

Down syndrome isn’t something you should ever be afraid of, or uncomfortable with,” Morgan says in the video below. “When Miah was born into our family we were kind of devastated because we didn’t know what to expect, but I honestly can’t imagine any other way.”

Watch the touching video below: 

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