Deputy walks boy to Pre-K when he has a hard time adjusting

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Little Brantley Clanton just started Pre-K and cries every morning before going to school. This is now his third week, and he's still not fully adjusted.

Tuesday just happened to be picture day, and his mother, Megan Clanton, worried Brantley would tear up before pictures.

Clanton talked to Upton County sheriff's deputy Chris Fox and explained that Brantley didn't like going to school. Fox told him if it would make him feel better, he would walk him in to school the next morning.

Here is Brantley Clanton, the little boy that got walked into school by the Upton County Deputy Chris Fox Thank you...

Posted by Megan Clanton on Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Excited by the good news, Brantley waited eagerly in his mom's car early Tuesday morning after they pulled up to school. Sure enough just a few minutes later, Fox arrived, and Brantley broke in to a big smile.

A wonderful post about our sheriff's deputy Chris Fox, mom Megan Clanton posted on her Facebook this morning. This is...

Posted by Upton County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, September 8, 2015

They walked in to school hand-in-hand, and Brantley had his first good morning in a very long time. Surely, his good mood made for great school pictures.

His mom posted an update to her Facebook page Tuesday evening, reflecting on the happy day.

“Last night I was worried that Brantley wouldn’t do too good for pictures and that I wouldn’t be there to try and make his smile for something he will look at in years to come,” she wrote. “Maybe today wasn’t about making him or even me smile in years to come, maybe today was meant to make multiple people smile today and in years to come.”

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Laying here thinking about today and remembered today was picture day.... last night I was worried that Brantley wouldn'...

Posted by Megan Clanton on Tuesday, September 8, 2015

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