Chris Ortiz @chrisjortiz

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ABQ Startup guy, dad, and hack wannabe photographer. I also have bad taste in music. On Twitter - @chrisjortiz

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Amelia posing with all the things at Isotopes Park.
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Amelia posing with all the things at Isotopes Park.

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Amelia continued the family mascot tradition. She was picked to be a mini Orbit at the Isotopes game and it was my proudest moment as a dad (I once donned the legendary Taco costume). ๐ŸŒฎ โšพ๏ธ
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Amelia continued the family mascot tradition. She was picked to be a mini Orbit at the Isotopes game and it was my proudest moment as a dad (I once donned the legendary Taco costume). ๐ŸŒฎ โšพ๏ธ

Always bet on taco ๐ŸŒฎ.
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Always bet on taco ๐ŸŒฎ.

Legos at Isotopes Park. #LegosPlayBall
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Legos at Isotopes Park. #LegosPlayBall

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Worth all $8. #orbitdog
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Worth all $8. #orbitdog

Aaron grew up loving and playing sports. Everyone in my family has memories of Aaron running through the hallway playing football or baseball with just himself. My mother's refridgerator is covered in Aaron's Little League photos. My mom can tell you stories like the time when Aaron turned a triple play in Little League, or when he stopped being a Rockies fan after his favorite player Andrรฉs Galarraga was traded to the Braves or him begging her to sign him up for hockey even though he barely knew how to skate. Whether it was baseball or football or soccer or hockey, Aaron was crazy about sports.
Before he passed, Aaron had applied to be a batboy with the Albuquerque Isotopes. It would have been a perfect summer job for a boy who would spent his summers outside playing baseball, with or without anyone else. 
After Aaron unexpectedly passed, my mom received a voicemail from the Isotopes with a job offer for Aaron to be a ballboy.
To celebrate what would have been Aaron's 29th birthday, we'll be out at Isotopes Park, cheering on the Isotopes and rembering our favorite baseball player. 
I will always love you, Aaron. 
Bound for glory.
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Aaron grew up loving and playing sports. Everyone in my family has memories of Aaron running through the hallway playing football or baseball with just himself. My mother's refridgerator is covered in Aaron's Little League photos. My mom can tell you stories like the time when Aaron turned a triple play in Little League, or when he stopped being a Rockies fan after his favorite player Andrรฉs Galarraga was traded to the Braves or him begging her to sign him up for hockey even though he barely knew how to skate. Whether it was baseball or football or soccer or hockey, Aaron was crazy about sports. Before he passed, Aaron had applied to be a batboy with the Albuquerque Isotopes. It would have been a perfect summer job for a boy who would spent his summers outside playing baseball, with or without anyone else. After Aaron unexpectedly passed, my mom received a voicemail from the Isotopes with a job offer for Aaron to be a ballboy. To celebrate what would have been Aaron's 29th birthday, we'll be out at Isotopes Park, cheering on the Isotopes and rembering our favorite baseball player. I will always love you, Aaron. Bound for glory.

hi.
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hi.

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Leia makes the same face I make when at the doctor's.
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Leia makes the same face I make when at the doctor's.

When @blakeslotaburger sneaks in that one seasoned fry. ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘Œ
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When @blakeslotaburger sneaks in that one seasoned fry. ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘Œ

Amelia eats the eyes of her prey. Happy Easter. ๐Ÿซ ๐Ÿ‡
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Amelia eats the eyes of her prey. Happy Easter. ๐Ÿซ ๐Ÿ‡

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A near perfect Saturday evening. #newmexicotrue
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A near perfect Saturday evening. #newmexicotrue

Just Fridaying like a mofo.
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Just Fridaying like a mofo.

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