Mckenli and Kennadi aren’t your typical twins.
People would rather judge than understand in today’s environment.
Even the most attractive people in the world would be judged, mocked, and belittled.
Despite this terrible fact, some people are making an effort to come forward and utilize social media to inspire, educate, and spread joy.
Savannah Combs’ heart was overflowing with joy when she delivered birth on May 12, 2021.
Her twin girls were brought to her, and they were perfect.
Combs knew her daughters were exceptional even before she gave birth.
Mono/Di twins Kennadi and Mckenli. The girls each had their sacks, but the placenta was shared.
Then there was another twist to these twins’ story.
The little sisters were diagnosed with Mosaic Down syndrome, a relatively rare condition that affects one out of every two million people.
Combs had already discussed her twins with the doctors. She was unconcerned with the news.
Instead, she felt relieved and grateful every time the doctors told her they were still alive.
Combs told TODAY, “Every [prenatal] appointment they were alive was a blessing to me.”
Kennadi and Mckenli were premature babies born six weeks before their due date.
The twins spent over two months in Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville.
Many people would critique Combs and her children, but they were ideal.
She also stated that her children are much like us.
They have personalities and moods, and they laugh and weep. Kennadi is constantly perky and cheerful. She calls her a “sunshine ray.”
McKennli, on the other hand, is the polar opposite of her twin sister. Combs described her as a real diva.
“They have sentiments, beating hearts, know how to communicate, know how to do the things you do, and they will get there.” “They’re going to accomplish it,” Combs told News4Jax, “even if they’re a step behind.”
The twins got a lot of followers after Comb’s TikTok videos went viral.
Who wouldn’t be smitten by their outgoing personalities? They’re also adorable.
Even though she was aware that her twins would receive unfavorable feedback, Combs continued to use her TikTok account.
You might wonder why.
This first-time mother’s only desire is to teach others. No one should treat people with Down Syndrome. Differently, she believes.
There are still those that try to make unpleasant remarks.
Combs makes an effort to respond to queries and to be understanding.
It’s not easy for her, but you can see how much her twins altered her life and how many other lives they would soon change.
The twins go to speech, occupational, and physical therapy every week.
Of course, these sweethearts have been achieving all of their goals.
We are so proud of this mother for being so kind. She has given us a glimpse of her bundles of joy, and they will undoubtedly make you grin.
Always remember to be kind to everyone.
Remember to check out their TikTok account and the whole interview below.