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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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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Baze has big dreams of becoming a builder. Find out more about Baze here!
As a young child you can probably remember the dreams you had about growing up and what you might one day become. From doctors, to lawyers and everything in between, seeing your child dream is one of the most rewarding parts of parenthood. As parents and mentors we need to encourage our children to dream big and reach for the stars.