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Little Boy With Down Syndrome Repeats the ABCs Except W

You've Got to See What Happens When This Boy Reciting the Alphabet Gets to the Letter W

Best ABC's I ever heard! Wait for the W 󾌧󾌧󾌧

Posted by Pam Gables Sapp on Sunday, January 24, 2016

Learning the alphabet is hard work, and thanks to one precious toddler and his mom, we can all watch to see exactly why. In an adorable 50-second video — which has been viewed over eight million times since Sunday — the little guy repeats the ABCs after his mom in his sweet little voice. He's doing really well, nailing all of the vowels and consonants thrown at him with a big smile on his face, that is, until he gets to the letter W. Immediately his eyes go wide and his mouth drops open — he just can't figure out how to pronounce this tricky letter.

Watch the video to see how he handles the pressure of the fourth-to-last letter of the alphabet and if he continues through to Z.

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