Jack Clayton is the young boy behind the 'Our Son Jack' Twitter and Facebook accounts, set up by dad Lawrence Clayton.
Mr Clayton wanted to share beautiful and happy photos of his son with Down's Syndrome to show the world his disability does not define him.
He told the Metro: "That’s just one element of his life. We want to bring disability to the forefront of social media so that people can see this for themselves."
And he has done exactly that.
Help.. Jacks on one today! pic.twitter.com/5apF6xtAhb— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 28, 2015
Lawrence Clayton, 45, and wife Nici Allen, 42, have three children.
The couple explained they knew the odds of their youngest having Down’s Syndrome was high because of their ages.
Clayton said they committed to taking a positive attitude of being a family living with Down’s Syndrome and show who Jack is as a person.
The photos spread across the social media accounts show 20-month-old Jack smiling happily, getting up to mischief and spending quality time with his siblings.
Jack is manly feeling CHEEKY today, with a spot of tongue! pic.twitter.com/0LIs8VbbRB— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 27, 2015
Mr Clayton added, when speaking to Metro: "For some mysterious reason that smile of his bridges the gap between disabled and non-disabled people around the world."
Just swinging around in the morning sun pic.twitter.com/Cquu8DOZsd— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 25, 2015
Top off the day! pic.twitter.com/tdmMjxBGy5— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 22, 2015
Hello! pic.twitter.com/38V0BTT6xE— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 20, 2015
Jack's dad, who uploads the photos on the account, adds comical captions.
On the below photo, he wrote: "Just told Jack I was going to start exercising again. His response clearly shows."
Just told Jack I was going to start exercising again. His response clearly shows. pic.twitter.com/NDFxxncBim— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 16, 2015
Showing how precious family time is, Jack is frequently pictured with his siblings. And yes, that brilliant smile on his face is still there (most of the time).
The groovy gang pic.twitter.com/kiDpT6czH1— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 11, 2015
We find it inspirational people draw strength/happiness from Jacks antics keep RTing & spreding the word Jacks family pic.twitter.com/Ly8JYh3FAt— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 2, 2015
Looks like the little brother is the hospital patient.. Haha doctors and nurses. pic.twitter.com/u4avcsX9jr— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 13, 2015
They just can't get enough of the new improved swing! The swing the whole family can play! pic.twitter.com/B6wKWPurk7— Our Son Jack (@OurSonJack) July 19, 2015