Dorothy was pregnant with her second child. Her motherly instincts told her something was different this time: the baby didn't move much and just "hung there." However, her pregnancy went to full term and she delivered Jared. She knew something was wrong when she wasn't allowed to hold him. Delivery room personnel handed him to neonatal ICU specialists. She finally learned that Down syndrome was suspected. Distraught, she and her husband wondered how they would ever raise a Down syndrome child. Against the trends of the day, where such children were mostly institutionalized, they decided to keep Jared and raise him themselves. They even went as far as to mainstream Jared with normal children -- both in school and in sports. Read how they persevered against many internal and external issues to raise an amazing young man.