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Dad Builds Wheelchair-Accessible Igloo For Delighted DaughterHe made sure all his eight kids would be able to have fun outside.by Ana Gonzales .
A father of eight from Cincinnati, Ohio, made sure that all of his children were able to take part in some snow fun by creating a wheelchair-accessible fort for his daughter.
"Built this handicap accessible igloo today with my sister," he said on his Facebook post. "Includes mini igloo and second floor snowball deck. Not the first ambitious I've done," he added.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Gregg Eichhorn shared a photo of the special igloo, which had a large passageway to allow a wheelchair user to access the structure. His Facebook friends were all astonished at his beautiful accomplishment, with some even wondering how he managed to built a second level that can support adult weight. Clearly there's no stopping a dad with big dreams and great love for his kids.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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