Determined parents created a custom-made wheelchair for their 7-month-old baby girl: the results are stunning

Kimberly and Brad Moore are ordinary loving parents, despite their baby being born with special needs. After their baby girl came into the world, it turned out that she was disabled. Her parents could not remain indifferent and to speed up the recovery process, they made a wheelchair for their angel named Evelyn. They learned from an online tutorial to make the machine, and the result was perfect taking them about $100.

Unfortunately, the baby was diagnosed with neuroblastoma and spinal cancer when she was just 4 months old. Their lives completely changed from that day, although they tried to stay strong. Doctors advised Kimberly and Brad to wait until Evelyn was 2 to buy a wheelchair. However, her parents couldn’t wait, they wanted to see her “walk and run” even with her “steel” friend.

Fortunately, Evelyn happily accepted her machine, which later became her inseparable friend. The equipment included a cutting board, wheels and a bamboo chair. Pediatric oncologist Bev Wilson mentioned that Evelyn was a happy child despite having tasted so many painful days. The sweet angel now also takes care of the nurses with a wide smile on her face. She loves life, she admits all the good sides of it.

In addition, she likes to play with other children. The couple are doing their best to make sure Evelyn has a normal childhood. Although they face many difficulties, they are proud to see Evelyn’s smiling face and thanks to this, her health is improving day by day.

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