And now, families in Britain are joining her.
In Hull, a port city in East Yorkshire, England, 28 parents and grandparents got matching tattoos with the three arrows together at the Regenerates Studio. Some got the 'Lucky Few' slogan inked as well.
Lauren Lawler, 32, has a son Toby, who has the Down syndrome. She was the person behind the organization of the event. Lawler commented:
It sounds stupid, but when you have child with Down's Syndrome and you see another you feel like you’ve got that bond, you're all part of something. That's what the tattoo is about, to come together and raise awareness and to show that we're proud of our kids. We don't look at them and think they have Down's Syndrome - they are just our children - and we want people to look at them the same as we do.
The parents who got inked are all members of the Downright Special charity, which was created in order to help families to care and educate children with the condition.
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