Now Barvel’s Facebook page is filled with links to stories about her son. “I think it appeals to people because it’s honest and innocent,” Barvels told the Advance during an interview in the family’s Willowbrook home. “I think we’re constantly bombarded with images of the violent and the weird, and this is something that’s just light, innocent and funny,” said Barvels, who also has a 4-month-old daughter, Madison, and 2-year-old son, Scotty, at home. Her husband, Scott Barvel, is an FDNY captain with Ladder Co. 82 in Great Kills. Lacey, an Australian cattle dog, completes the family circle. Christopher — whose #1 tip survival tip is “have fun” — is following his own advice. He said he thinks the whole internet and media fuss is fun and “pretty cool.” For example, instead of getting called to the principal’s office, PS 69 Principal Doreen Murphy dropped into class the other day to offer him her congratulations, he said. http://justinlongportal.pdxrwa.org/2016/09/20/some-background-answers-on-logical-interview-for-consultant-solutionsPretty cool. http://www.upwoodybiomass.org/traininginterviewprep/2016/09/04/information-about-rapid-plans-in-osce-for-medical/And like any 8-year-old, Christopher, who plays CYO basketball with St. Rita’s, dreams big. He wants to play in the NBA some day.
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