Dad will always do whatever it takes to see his daughter smile. To prove it, there is the story of six-year-old Ava Jaconelli, who was helped by her father to find the best costume for Halloween, turning her wheelchair into a beautiful Cinderella-style carriage.
The events occurred in Glasgow, Scotland, and they are already traveling on social networks, carrying a message of hope and unconditional love like that only a father is willing to give.
Ava has Aicardi syndrome, a disease that causes constant seizures, vision and mobility problems, which is why she is confined to a wheelchair.
Despite her medical condition, the little girl shines like a star in the sky and this is because of the safety, support and love that her parents give her. In fact, recently her father, Josh Jaconelli, shared on his personal Facebook account the costume he created for her, with which she will go trick-or-treating this coming Halloween.
Josh took on the task of customize Ava’s wheelchair, creating a beautiful personal carriage very Cinderella style. To achieve this, he used plumbing tubes, tinsel, and lights.
The result was a carriage full of lights, shaped like a pumpkin with a crown on top. But this was not all, because the little girl’s mother also did her bit and sewed a blue princess dress for her. In the end, Ava looked like a royal princess.
Now it only remains to wait for Halloween and so go trick-or-treating. You will surely steal the looks of the whole neighborhood and best of all, you will be able to live your own fairy tale. On the other hand, Internet users were quick to applaud the father’s creativity and send congratulatory messages to the family.
Fit for a real princess
And the Father of the year award goes to …
They are a family full of love
They will always do whatever it takes
Dad will always be your best friend