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Kelle Hampton is a mother, photographer and blogger who has documented her life nearly every day online by writing entries and including photographs on a variety of subjects.
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The 31-year-old has also used her blog to document the birth of a new baby girl this January.
But when the baby, Nella was born, Kelle and her husband were stunned to learn that she had Down Syndrome.
On her blog, Kelle shares how she felt the moment she saw Nella for the first time and how she's adjusted to having a child with special needs.
Her words and photos that are posted nearly every day online have resonated around the world, with thousands of messages and gifts flooding in from strangers from places as far as Saudi Arabia, New Zealand and Brazil.
According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, Down Syndrome is a chromosomal disorder that causes a range of mental disabilities and health problems, including hearing loss and heart disease.
In the general population, about 1 in 800 babies are born with Down Syndrome, though the rate increases dramatically in older mothers.
A woman Kelle's age has about a 1 in 900 chance of having a baby with Down Syndrome. For a 40-year-old mother, the rate jumps to 1 in 100.
We want to know what you think.
Do you want to ask Kelle what life is like living with a child with Down Syndrome? If you knew your child had Down Syndrome what would you do? Would you document your child's life online?
Please leave your questions and comments below and tune in on Tuesday March 16 at 2100 GMT to watch the interview.
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