The local photographer took these pics. Here are some links for you to check out when you get a moment.
And some of my own of Austin.
The pic of Austin on the base is interesting because his coaches were telling him to stand on it with his right leg forward ready to run. He has a hard time weight bearing on his right. He can stand on his left leg alone for a long time; on his right he can barely make it 3 seconds without support. He was trying but you can see that left foot down supporting him. He did so awesome and had so much fun. I hope he can play for a couple more years. People and kids for the most part are very supportive of him. We had a school fun day in January and there was the game where you tie the balloon to your leg and run around popping everyone's balloons. I was cracking up when kids would go to pop his balloon, see it was him and then retreat. This went on for quite a while until finally a 4th grade girl said enough and popped him. ;) It was cute. In July we'll visit the physical medicine doctor in Ann Arbor. He's probably get fitted for new AFO's and we'll talk botox again. I hate botox and what it does for him initially. Austin Botox We'll see what the doc says, he's done better with stretches and such so maybe he won't need it anymore.
And here's one of Ashley enjoying a game on a cold day in May.