Children with Down Syndrome look different and may speak later or slower than other children.  As a result of this, people sometimes ask parents various questions about the child.  Such questions may come from family, friends, neighbours, or even complete strangers.  The questions may be asked out of curiosity, or out of a desire to help.  Some may ask delicately, while others may ask an awkward question or offer unsolicited advice.  This video shows how some parents of children with Down Syndrome deal with such questions and situations.