An eight-year-old’s baggy t-shirt hangs on her little athletic frame, proclaiming the words, “Dreams come a size too big, so we can grow into them.”
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Safety is no accident, as drowning is a preventable tragedy. Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death in children one to four years old. About one in five people who die from drowning are children, according to a 2016 study done by the CDC.
Hudson is nine-years-old and has spent a good part of his life teaching himself about fishing. He dreams of being a Game Fish and Parks worker, or a pro-fisherman. His mom Jessie says his love of the sport started at age five.
What little girl doesn’t dream of being a ballerina one day? For four-year-old Aubrey, her dreams of twirling around started early. Her mom Heather says it may have even started when she was a baby.
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