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Little boy with Down syndrome adorably recites alphabet in viral video

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A little boy with Down syndrome recited the alphabet in a video that’s now gone viral.

Grandmother Pam Gables Sapp posted the video to Facebook on Sunday and, since then, it’s been viewed over 13 million times.

“Best ABC’s I ever heard!” she said. “Wait for the ‘W.'”

The boy adorably struggles with the letter a bit before getting through all 26.

He’s so filled with pride that he can’t help but smile and clap with excitement.

“Yay! Good job, John David!” Pam exclaimed in the video.

Mother Hannah Sapp Marlin later also posted to Facebook about all the positive feedback they’ve received.

“The Lord is working in so many wonderful ways with John David’s video,” she said.” And, seeing comments like this is exactly what I’m hoping for from all of this – to hopefully help any expecting mom that may be having a child with Down syndrome to not be afraid or worried but to see the great joy and ability in disability!”