By Lori Cathey
A little boy with a huge smile and a passion for baseball has become an inspiration to many here!
Four-year-old Easton Hopper lives with his parents, Jamie and Josh Hopper, in Rutherford. He was born with cerebral palsy, which affects the communication between the brain and the muscles, causing the muscles in Easton’s legs to receive constant messages to tighten and contract.
Easton’s parents first feared there could be something wrong with him when he couldn’t sit up by age nine months, but the doctors said there was nothing to worry about, he was born prematurely. At one ye...