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4-year-old boy with Downs syndrome captures hearts with his charming smile, only to land modelling job

4-year-old boy with Downs 杭州品茶 syndrome captures hearts with his charming smile, only to land modelling job

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Ask anyone whos ever raised achildwithDowns syndromeand theyll likely tell you how joyous and happy it is.

For too long a time there was a 杭州品茶网 misconception regardingchildrenwho suffer from thecondition; a view that raising one is a near-impossible task completely different to raising a child without it.

Of course, those in the know are aware thats far from the truth. Sure, it comes with its own trials and tribulations, but what part of parenthood doesnt?

In any case, its great to see children withDowns syndromefinally being included in a way they might once have only dreamed of. Just ask the Baxter family from Rochester, Kent, England, whose adorable son Riley Baxter who suffers fromDowns 杭州楼凤 syndrome has just landed a modelling job!

Posted byKirsty BaxteronMonday, 10 December 2018

The 4-year-old will be the face of a Mothercare advert, with his infectious smile and charm to be showcased to the masses.

Rileys dad, Stuart, a sales manager, toldCaters News:We have called him Smiley Riley from a young age, because he makes people really happy and seeing his smile gives people a pick-me-up on a bad day.

Posted byKirsty BaxteronThursday, 29 November 2018

Riley might have Downs syndrome, but hes simply not prepared to let that stop him in life. For his parents Stuart 杭州龙凤and Kirsty his confidence has come as a relief they didnt always think it would be so.

The couple were initially daunted knowing that they would be raising a child with Downs syndrome. They were concerned he would be a target for bullies, or might be denied opportunities others were granted.

Posted byKirsty BaxteronThursday, 12 July 2018

However, theyve since come to learn thats not the case, and theyve enjoyed watching him overcome the various obstacles life has thrown at him. Riley, who is mostly non-verbal, has proved a fighter every step of the way, and hes making huge strides in learning sign language.

Now he has such a repertoire of signs its unbelievable, its to the point where other children are learning it from him, Stuart said.

Even so, things havent been easy for little Riley. Due to his weak muscles, he needed a walker until he was 3-years-old, and as his dad explains, it took him twice the effort to get about.

With his walking, he has to work twice as hard as anyone else to do what they are doing.

When he walks a mile its like walking two for anyone else, but his determination to keep going is the one thing we constantly see.

Whats more, Rileys never say die attitude has resulted in some pretty good things coming his way. He was once suggested to try his hand at modelling, and so learned how to pose for photoshoots via Zebedee Management. It turns out his smile really is something special, for he landed a modelling contract with Mothercare advert in the Jools Oliver Little Bird range.

Posted byKirsty BaxteronMonday, 23 March 2015

Now hes modeling with Zebedee, he loves the camera, you say pose and he will make this little pout followed by sticking his tongue out, Stuart said.

After we were told he had Down Syndrome I cried, not for the case that I would love him any less but just knowing how cruel the world can be. That was the first thing that went through my mind but obviously my perceptions were wrong, and wow how wrong I was.

Riley is getting so much out of life and whenever he accomplishes something it seems that little bit extra special knowing how much harder he had to work for it.

For more on Riley, watch the video below:

What a brilliant young boy with an extremely bright future ahead of him!

Were sure youll agree that his beaming smile is as adorable as it is great to see. We wish Riley all the best in the future.

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