This boy’s incredible singing performance for his younger brother, who has Down syndrome, has gone viral online. Look at this!

Nicole Powell was concerned that Tripp, her youngest son, who was born with Down syndrome, would «embarrass» her elder children. But as a precious moment she recorded on camera demonstrates, she need not have worried.

In the video, Rayce, her second child, who was six, is seen sitting on the bed holding Tripp, who was six weeks old, in his arms (attached at the end).

Rayce begins to sing for his younger brother as the song «10,000 Hours» by Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber plays in the background of the scenario.

He sang, «If that’s what it takes, I’ll spend 10,000 hours and 10,000 more, yeah, to learn that magnificent heart of yours. And I’m not sure whether I’ll ever get there, but I’m going to try. For 10,000 hours or the rest of my life, I will love you.

The charming video was posted by Nicole on Facebook in December 2019, and since then, it has gotten 3.8 million views.

The mother of five wrote in the caption that Rayce and Tripp become close because she sings to him constantly. Unaware that the song is actually about a husband and wife, the child informs her that it is about him and his brother.

Rayce responds, «Love has no chromosomes, and aren’t we all different?» Nicole, a police officer in Cabot, Arkansas, declared in the caption.

Nicole recorded a video on her phone, which she then emailed to JJ, her husband. Since their bond was too significant to keep a secret, Rayce decided to post the video on social media.

The response to Nicole’s video, in her words, was «amazing.» «I couldn’t understand why we now have a child who has Down syndrome. Maybe the goal was to promote awareness and love.

«Everyone is afraid of what might occur.» But he is perfect,» she continued. It’s terrible, but parenthood is generally terrifying. «I have never been so proud of my guys.»

Following his birth on November 21, 2019, Tripp spent a month in the NICU, where his entire family visited him every day. He was finally given permission to go home on Christmas Eve.

Nicole and JJ learned during scans that Tripp would probably be born with Down syndrome. They dissented from the doctors’ advice to end the pregnancy.

Nicole claimed that because she was unfamiliar with Down syndrome and had never met anyone with it, they were initially apprehensive about the situation.

She was also worried about how the older siblings of her children would be treated.

The only thing she wanted was for her other four children to adore him as much as they love each other, she said.

The couple immediately told their kids about the incident as a result. Despite the fact that they didn’t know much, they shared what they had learned with them.

«We told them that meant he’d be different, but he’d still be your brother,» a staff member said. The boys retorted, «But we’re all different,» in response. And we thought, «OK, this will be okay,» Nicole said.

Notwithstanding Rayce’s inherent goodness, Nicole and JJ’s initiatives to teach their kids about Down syndrome have been crucial in helping the kids embrace their younger brother. They did a great job as parents by educating their kids to be kind to everyone, even those who are different from them.

Tripp is now two years old and still has the same special relationship with Rayce and his siblings. You may follow TeamTripp on Facebook to stay updated on his newest life happenings.

You can watch how Rayce and Tripp share a beautiful moment in the video below!

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