Gwinnett boy with Down syndrome wows on 'Good Morning America'

Asher Nash continues to make waves.

The 15-month-old Gwinnett boy with Down syndrome became an Internet sensation in recent weeks after his mom, Meagan Nash, began a campaign for OshKosh B'Gosh to include kids like him in more ad campaigns.

On Sunday, the family appeared on "Good Morning America" to spread their message to an even wider audience. The hosts fawned over him.

"Oh my gosh," one said. "Such a little ham."

ExploreWatch the full video here.

Asher and his mom are scheduled to meet with a team from OshKosh on Tuesday. Meagan Nash told "Good Morning America" that her goal is for them to "fall in love with him."

"We agree there is an opportunity for greater representation of children with special needs in advertising," a company spokesperson said in a statement sent to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution last week.

"We look forward to meeting with Asher and his family, as well as taking steps to enhance the representation of diverse children in our marketing.”

ExploreRead more about Asher's story here.

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