Just a few clips of the Bee's Game:
One thing that should be noted about this experience is how poised and happy Bridger was. We were at the Smith Field for 7 hours straight-during nap time- in the 95 degree temperatures. Despite all these odds against us, Bridger was pleasant and happy. (he hates heat, he naps 3 hours every day, he doesn't like to be in his wheelchair for extreme lengths of time, etc...)
To me- that was another testament of angels. Bridger definitely had his guardian angel near him helping him to have a happy day.
Braylee had a dance off with Bumble. I just captured the tail end of it. Braylee is always the life of the party... :)
Here is Bridger, with his sweet older brother. The announcer shared information on Bridger and then Breck handed the ball to Bridger, who then handed the ball back to Brecken, and he threw in the pitch.
The following week, his class watched the footage of his first pitch. Watch as Bridger enjoys his moment with is classmates. This literally brought me to tears. This boy never ceases to amaze me. Seeing him so happy, makes my heart burst.