Children with Down's Syndrome take part in special Carpool Karaoke

Mums doing carpool karaoke with their Down Syndrome children is the cutest thing ever

This heart-warming video captures mothers and their children with Down's Syndrome "singing" along in the vehicle with sign language. Inspired by Singing Hands - a United Kingdom organization whose videos have helped many in the group to learn a sign language called Makaton, the moms wanted to come together to show the world "just how ordinary and fun life with the condition" is and they're posting it with the hashtag #wouldntchangeathing.

Since being published a week ago, the video now has more than 500,000 YouTube views.

Carless said they came up with the idea for the video after seeing videos by the group Singing Hands.

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To raise awareness for World Down Syndrome Day, 50 mums have recorded a video showing them performing Christina Perri's A Thousand Years with their children, who all have Down's Syndrome. It even caught the attention of British comedian Corden, the original creator of the Carpool Karaoke phenomenon.

She thought it would be "amazing" to replicate the idea with other mothers and their young children who also have Down's Syndrome. It made me cry'.

A group of proud mothers of children with Down syndrome in England banded together to produce a video for World Down Syndrome Day, which is Wednesday, and ended up getting some celebrity support along the way. They then break out into the song.

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