This 2 Year Old Boy With Down Syndrome Reciting The Alphabet Is The Cutest Thing You’ll See Today!

Pam Sapp had heard that her 2 year old grandson, John David, knew how to recite the alphabet, but she wasn’t completely convinced. She told TODAY that one of John David’s aunts said that he knew his letters with only a bit of help.

“She told me, ‘He said his ABCs this morning,’ and I didn’t believe her,” Sapp told TODAY. “So I sat him on my lap and had him do it again.”

Wanting to see for herself, Pam sat the toddler down on her lap and decided to go through the alphabet with him and tape it as well, turning the camera so John David could see himself while being videotaped.

“He just loves watching himself. But I think what really has resonated with everyone is just the joy that he expresses, and the hope that comes with it,” Sapp said. “You see how happy he is when he gets to the end, and how pleased he is knowing he could to it.”

The two year old has been working hard on his letters with his mom, Hannah Sapp Marlin, and it’s clear that all that hard work has paid off! This video is simply adorable, and let’s face it, the ‘W’ is a pretty tricky letter to say when you’re only 2 years old!

 

Best ABC’s I ever heard! Wait for the W The Bell Center for Early Intervention ProgramsJukin Media Verified (Original)* For licensing / permission to use: Contact – licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom

Posted by Pam Gables Sapp on Sunday, January 24, 2016

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Kelli

Kelli is a Canadian living in the US with a longstanding love affair with entertainment news and celebrity gossip. She has written about it for some of the most popular websites in both Canada and the US including Entertainment Tonight Canada, I'm Not Obsessed and Babble. When she's not chauffeuring her 4 kids back and forth to the rink for various hockey and figure skating activities, she can be found glued to Netflix or reading a great book.

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