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However convinced that perhaps the video could help inspire others, Madison eventually came around and it was finally posted to You Tube on Jan. Since then it has been seen millions of times around the world and the response has been overwhelming.“We’re getting a lot of feedback through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram connecting with other families with children who have Down syndrome who are incredibly impressed, some of them asking for information related to what kind of therapy Madison has had and how is it that her speech is so great and that she can sing,” Matt said.“I love grooving to the music, I love singing to the music.I just get the rhythm and the beat and I get into it full zone,” Tevlin said.It’s a passion that she shares with her younger sister Zoie, 11, who sings, acts and dances alongside Madison constantly and also helps her handle social media – interaction their mom says is vital in Madison’s amazing progress.
But meticulous about her performance, she initially didn't want the video to be posted because she had a sinus infection when she recorded it.
“We’ve seen some other inspiring stories of another boy with Down syndrome who did a triathlon.
And that’s just within the first few days of this video being out there.” Grace adds that Madison’s video has given hope to families around the world who worry about what limitations their kids might have.
She chose “All of Me” by John Legend because the song reminded her of love.
“I really do love ‘All of Me.’ I love John Legend like so much,” Tevlin said.
Madison Tevlin’s family always knew she had a special spark to share.