Boy with Down syndrome takes design of ‘his defender angel’ by window of plane

Boy with Down syndrome takes design of 'his defender angel' by window of plane
Kerri Liles pronounced that her son took a design of his defender angel (Picture: Aasher Liles)

A mom believes that her son with Down syndrome has taken a design of his defender angel.

Kerri Liles was on a flight home to Houston, Texas, when seven-year-old Aasher, who can't speak, took a design by a window of a craft on his mum’s phone.

She pronounced that she was dumbfounded by what she found when she looked behind by a camera scroll.

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Kerri Liles said: ‘Yesterday we were drifting behind to Houston from Washington and my 7-year-old, who’s recently turn spooky with holding cinema with a dungeon phones, wanted to take some cinema out of a window after we had reached opposite him to take one myself.

‘After he took a few dozen, we took a phone behind and after went by a images to undo given my storage was removing low.

‘As we was deleting, we came opposite this one tighten to a center of all of his cloud and craft wing pics.’

Boy with Down syndrome takes design of 'his defender angel' by window of plane
Aasher Liles has an additional A to paint his additional chromosome (Picture: Kerri Liles)

She told her internal news channel that they trust Aasher has a sixth clarity about other people and gravitates towards strangers in need.

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She pronounced that they had a rough takeoff and his angel had followed to comfort him.

Kerri pronounced that they motionless to give Aasher an additional A in his name to simulate his additional chromosome.

She told ‘His name reflects his AAwesomeness. You know when we get an A on a paper and how good that is, though when we get an A+, that’s really, unequivocally good.

‘That’s how we feel about Aasher and how we wish others to perspective him and his diagnosis. Down syndrome is not bad or scary. It’s only a opposite trail than we had designed on taking. We unequivocally won a lottery.’

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