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Dallas police officer sits down for tea with a toddler, whom he had saved from choking on a penny the year before

This kindhearted cop went above and beyond the call of duty.

One year ago exactly was the most terrifying day of the Norvell family’s lives. She was soon perfectly fine.

On the one-year anniversary of Ray saving their child’s life, the Norvell family planned a tea party and photoshoot for the two, who now have a special bond. So the big police officer squeezed himself into a pint-sized chair to have make-believe tea with a toddler. During their teatime, Ray also taught Bexley the proper way to eat an Oreo, with the classic twist-and-lick method.

“I wanted to make this a positive day for her," Tammy told Inside Edition. "We talk about it pretty often. My daughter will always know that she was saved by officer P-Ray,” she said, affectionately referring to the community’s nickname for Ray.

Although Ray is a busy officer, he said he was happy to take time out of his schedule for the tiny soirée.

“I don’t have any girls myself… And this was something I couldn’t resist. I just couldn’t say no,” he said.


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)


Rowlett Officer Sips Tea With Child He Saved From Choking

ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a tea party invite Rowlett Corporal Patrick Ray couldn&rsquot turn down.

&ldquoWe&rsquore best friends, right?&rdquo he asks his hostess.

He first met Bexley, 2, a year ago when she choked on a coin. His body camera was rolling as he worked to help her breath again.

&ldquoIt was the most beautiful sound I’d ever heard in my entire life,&rdquo he said of the moment she gasped for air.

Bexley’s mother, Tammy Norvell, never wants to forget that day.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThis is a day that I will celebrate&hellip because I have her,&rdquo she says.

Norvell hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter and her favorite police officer.

&ldquoWhenever I do ask my children ‘what do you want to pray for?’ Bexley always says, &lsquoOfficer P Ray. Officer P Ray’,” says Norvell.

Bexley&rsquos brother prays for him too.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoThe night of the Dallas shooting, he asked if Officer P. Ray was okay. I wasn’t ready for that question from my 5-year-old.&rdquo

With so much negativity directed at police, Norvell hopes her photographs show how she sees them.

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

&ldquoI want people to have an image of the sweeter side,&rdquo she says.

Corporal Ray expects he will hear some teasing from his colleagues. &ldquoI’m sure I’m probably gonna get a tea set or something,&rdquo he says, but won&rsquot mind one bit.

&ldquoWe’re buddies,&rdquo he says. &ldquoI can watch her get married. I can watch her have a family. She could have lost her life that day, and I got super lucky.&rdquo

(photo credit: Chelle Cates Photography)

(©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)



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