About this author:

Jean Yih Kingston is a wife of almost 25 years and mom of four. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with undergraduate degrees in Biological Basis of Behavior and Elementary Education and a Master's degree in Psychological Services. After her first baby was born, she became a stay-at-home mom! She keeps busy with many family projects including a Creative Sanctuary in the works on her Vermont farm. When she's not at a field watching her kids play soccer and baseball, she's cooking/baking and hanging out in the kitchen with guests. Jean grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia longing for a backyard horse or at least one cute puppy, but alas, her childhood wishes were filled with only stuffed animals. As an adult, all her dreams have come true! She is surrounded by live furry creatures and has two pups, two lop-eared bunnies, a herd of fourteen alpaca, three horses and some birthday sheep on their way (a birthday gift from her awesome husband). She is very grateful and loves Jesus, her family, all things cute, rooting for the underdog and the Red Sox.

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Grace VanderWaal and Jason Mraz sing at Special Olympics opening ceremony

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 23, 2017

They sing “I’m Yours” at the Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics.

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Moana star and Claire Ryann Crosby sing “How Far I’ll Go”

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 22, 2017

Such young sweet voices!

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Celebrate Sofia and others on Down Syndrome Day 2017

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 21, 2017

A video of Sofia Sanchez posted on Facebook has inspired millions.

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What to do when mini pig grows to 670 pounds?

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 20, 2017

Esther the Wonder Pig is some pig indeed!

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Disabled team manager gets first chance on court and just can’t make the shot

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 19, 2017

It’s Senior Night and the team manager has been put into the game. Will this end well?

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She asks boy with Down Syndrome to a dance and is shocked by the response

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 17, 2017

The tears keep flowing as they are repeatedly surprised with goodies throughout the evening.

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Elementary school students rock it out with percussion instruments

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 16, 2017

This kids are passionate about their music and it’s wonderful!

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Duct tape helps make a dream come true

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 15, 2017

She lost her ability to walk, but with the help of some duct tape, she can ride the waves.

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Patriotic chicken plays America the Beautiful on the piano

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 14, 2017

Wonder if she lays red, white and blue eggs?

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There are great dangers to making these Japanese treats

By Jean Yih Kingston on March 13, 2017

Who knew making these delightful treats could be bone breaking?

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