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Adorable Down Syndrome Babies Become Stars Of The Charity Calendar

Eliza and Jorja are two little girls who have been diagnosed with Down's syndrome.

There was a shoot for an awareness calendar for Down's syndrome. These cute toys featured in that alongside midwives. With that, they have definitely become stars of the charity calendar. The genetic disorder, Down's syndrome is a condition which is lifelong.

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Adorable Down Syndrome Babies Become Stars Of The Charity Calendar

Adorable Down Syndrome Babies Become Stars Of The Charity Calendar

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Eliza and Jorja are two adorable little girls.

Eliza and Jorja are two adorable little girls.

They helped in raising money for a charitable cause or Down's syndrome charity.

See in the image below, she is the precious girl sleeping with teddy, her best friend.

See in the image below, she is the precious girl sleeping with teddy, her best friend.

Eliza is 8-month-old and Jorja is 14-month-old. They have become calendar girls by starring in a photo shoot for the good cause.

Both of them have the same condition but they are too cute.

Both of them have the same condition but they are too cute.

They have really done a great work by raising awareness.

Jo Proud was one of the midwives.

Jo Proud was one of the midwives.

She said, ""We were worrying about our stretch marks and tan lines. Then you see Eliza and Jorja and those concerns are put into perspective."

A group of cheeky midwives joined them.

A group of cheeky midwives joined them.

They were from Miracle in Progress, Leicestershire.

Midwife with the infant in the fun calender shoot.

Midwife with the infant in the fun calender shoot.

The image below shows the way they dressed up for the shoot.

The image below shows the way they dressed up for the shoot.

Their parents believe this shoot will help a lot in breaking the taboo associated with the condition.

Down's syndrome is quite prevalent worldwide.

Down's syndrome is quite prevalent worldwide.

It is caused by an extra chromosome in the cells of the baby which is present by chance.

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