"She is awesome, sweet little girl," McDowell said.
Looking at 4 year old Brynne Bigham it is hard to think she spends most of her time in a hospital bed.
"She's got a real tremendous disease but we hope time will make it better," McDowell said.
Saturday morning Dennis McDowell and Wal-Mart's Heart to Heart Program threw a party for Brynne and her family.
"What we do is we go out and find children like Brynne and we put a smile on their face and try and cheer up their day," McDowell said. "Make a big party for them, get them a lot of gifts and stuff, just try to uplift their spirits."
McDowell said Bobby Stockham is a member of the Heart to Heart team.
His wife works at UMC and is close with Brynne and her family.
Bobby is the one who nominated the Bigham family for the program.
"We are feeling very humbled and overwhelmed and excited this is an awesome program," Bigham said.
Brynne's mom Maggie Bigham told us a little about Brynne's rare disease, Tricohepatoenteric Syndrome.
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Bigham said Brynne is fed through a port and has a g-tube for her medication.
But that is not Brynne's only struggle.
"She also has an immune deficiency so we are in the hospital a lot because she catches all sorts of things," Bigham said.
Today the Walmart team presented the family with $1000 cash, a $600 Wal-Mart gift card and presents for Brynne, as well as older brother Koda.
"Ya i got a car," Brynne said.
Along with family and friends Brynne had a couple of surprise visitors- including the Coca Cola bear and a few Disney princesses.