Teddy and Calvin Front Row Experience to See Red Sox at Spring Training in Fort Myers, Florida

Teddy, although a little shy due to developing slurred speech over the winter, due to an unknown neurological occurrence that involved sudden onset of left side paresis and with a drooping of his left lip, progressed to his left nostril,…

Teddy, although a little shy due to developing slurred speech over the winter, due to an unknown neurological occurrence that involved sudden onset of left side paresis and with a drooping of his left lip, progressed to his left nostril, and then continued to slurred speech, raised his hand to ask Boston Red Sox Manager, Alex Cora, a question about how a “little guy” like him with a disability could grow up to be a baseball player like one of Alex Cora’s baseball guy’s. And Alex’s response was GOLDEN. Not everyone wants to be inclusive of children with disabilities, even those that look somewhat normative, but Alex Cora and the Red Sox, embodied inclusiveness when they invited my two medically-fragile boys to join them at Fenway.

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