Grace Warrior Irwin Powell was born with Down Syndrome

Wildlife Warrior Grace Warrior Irwin Powell can be seen with a protruding tongue which is a sign of down syndrome.

This blog is about the fact that Grace Warrior Irwin Powell was born with Down Syndrome. Grace was named after her great-grandmother and relatives on her father, Chandler’s, side dating back to the 1700s.

Her middle name is Warrior Irwin as a tribute to the late Steve Irwin AKA the Crocodile Hunter, her grandfather, and his legacy. I think if Steve Irwin was alive. He would be beyond proud of Bindi and his family’s next generation.

I know I’m very proud of Bindi. She gave birth to a beautiful baby born with Down Syndrome just like her mom. She has the cutest chubby cheeks which is common for babies with Down Syndrome.

I’m curious if Chandler and her are going to have any more children with Down syndrome in the years to come. Who knows we’ll just have to wait and see won’t we. I sure hope they do because they make the cutest Down syndrome babies 💓

Grace has all the signs of down syndrome, but so does her mother Bindi Irwin. Yet you’re never going to hear from Bindi Irwin or any of her family that Grace or Bindi were born with Down Syndrome.

I’m unaware the reason why Bindi or her family refuse to speak about the fact that Grace and her were born with Down Syndrome, but I suspect the reason they don’t speak about it is because they don’t want people to know, obviously.

What their reason is for why they don’t want people to know is beyond me. Could it be because Bindi has never spoken about it her in her life. Now that Grace is born, she still doesn’t speak about it?

Regardless that Bindi or her family refuse to speak about the fact Grace was born with Down Syndrome. We can still watch little Grace grow up with her mom on Bindi Irwin’s new show that is streaming Sunday, April 25th only on Discovery.

The new show is called Crikey! It’s a Baby! The show will chronicle Bindi’s pregnancy leading up to the arrival of Bindi and Chandler’s baby Grace Warrior Irwin Powell on March 25th. Which is also the one year anniversary of Chandler and Bindi’s marriage.

Crikey! It’s A Baby!

This is great news! I’m looking forward to seeing how little Grace grows up. I’m sure she’s going to be the wildlife Warrior conservationist just like her mom and her grandfather the late Steve Irwin.

Meanwhile I just started a podcast that documentates Bindi Irwin’s life. I also speak on my podcast about the fact that Bindi Irwin was born with Down Syndrome.

My podcast is called Bindi Irwin is Down Right Amazing. Below here is the Logo for my Podcast.

Here is a link to my podcast. This is Episode 1 Introducing: Bindi Irwin is Down Right Amazing! https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/44523252/download.mp3

In this short episode your host Jane Flowers will introduce to you her podcast Bindi Irwin is Down Right Amazing. She talks about the fact Bindi Irwin is a talented actress, dancer and Wildlife Warrior Conservationist born with Down Syndrome.

You will hear in this episode about topics regarding, Bindi Irwin on future episodes. Crikey, Bindi Irwin is Down Right Amazing!

Please listen to my podcast sometime if you’re a fan of Bindi Irwin. I’m a huge fan of Bindi Irwin and I’m very honored to be able to share with you all my knowledge of all of her accomplishments and awards throughout her lifetime on my podcast.

I’ll be dropping a new episode soon. Episode 2 is going to be about crikey it’s a baby. I plan on watching the show today and then I’m going to talk about what I watched on my podcast.

Stay tuned everyone for more blogs that I’ll be publishing in the near future and episodes dropping biweekly and weekly on my podcast Bindi Irwin is Down Right Amazing!

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