This story is a beautiful example of dreams coming true and one of the best examples of what parents can do for their children.
Josh Jaconelli, a Glasgow-based dad, wanted to make his daughter Ava the most beautiful costume ever and make her feel like a princess. Ava is 6 years old and, in a wheelchair, and retail stores don’t have a lot of costume options for disabled children, so the parents needed to be as creative as they can.
Fortunately, Josh is very creative and now is in the race for the prize of the world’s best dad. He transformed Ava’s wheelchair into the most beautiful Cinderella carriage and bought Ava a beautiful blue dress so she would feel like a real princess.
To make the DIY carriage, he used plumbing pipes, tinsel, and fairy lights, and the pictures show how beautiful the result is. Ava suffers from Aicardi Syndrome, which is a rare genetic condition that affects approximately 4,000 people worldwide
Because of the syndrome, which alters brain structure, Ava has frequent seizures and vision problems. Josh is just one of the best parents out there who are taking care of disabled children every day and doing their best to make them feel happy.
Other parents have made similar DIY costumes for their children, transforming their wheelchairs into cardboard airplanes and even trains.