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Like many children his age, Noah Meiser has a lot of energy and brings joy to his parents’ lives. And most importantly, the 5-year-old, who has Down syndrome, loves to play. When Brett Tutor, host of Little Tikes’ "Project Play Big!" series on YouTube, visited Noah and his parents at their Kentucky home earlier this year, Noah got a big surprise: a yard full of new toys. His father, Zach, says the gift “really put into perspective that we could be doing more playtime with Noah.”
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