Victoria was playing with beads near Bertrand's wheelchair.
Bertrand noticed the beads and reached out to touch them.
Victoria then lifted the beads for Bertrand to grab:
She walked away, but I told her Bertrand still wanted to play, and she came back:
It warms our hearts to see these two play together.
October 31, 2013
We celebrated another wonderful Halloween. Our trick-or-treat crew was larger than ever. All of my sisters were in town for our niece Gabrielle's first birthday, as well as part of Uncle Steve's family from Kentucky, and the usual Mighty suspects.
This year, the military men carried the day.
Bertrand's amazing costume was made by his Uncle Cpt. Boojie.
The cutest puppies ever!
Gabby made a beautiful Snow White for her very first Halloween.
Bertrand loves his Miss K! She was his Halloween date. ;)
The handsome soldiers.
Victoria dubbed her aunt Belinda, Bébé. We all love it.
Uncle Steve with his little princess and his mom Vanessa, the proudest Granny.
Previous Halloween Posts:
October 30, 2013
Dogged SLC parents are hopeful science can help their 4-year-old boy, diagnosed with a unique, deadly health condition.
By Kirsten Stewart | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Nov 25 2012
Last Thanksgiving, the Salt Lake Tribune ran a full page cover story on Bertrand. The story, written by the talented Kirsten Stewart, has since won multiple awards! Our heartfelt congratulations go out to Kirsten and the rest of her team at the Trib. It was a wonderful story and the awards are well-deserved.