- The mom designed a machine that would enable her child to fulfill his dream of skating
- According to a post shared on Twitter, the boy was born with the Cerebral Palsy condition and has always wanted to skate
- The video has since gone viral and attracted the attention of many who praised the mom for her thoughtful doing
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Over time, mothers have proved that they would do anything to ensure that their children are comfortable and feel loved no matter their condition.
A video of a mom who created a machine for her son with Cerebral Palsy has since gone viral and warmed the hearts of many.
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According to a post shared on Twitter by Rex Chapman, the boy has always wanted to go skating but his condition would not allow.
Amazed by his determination, the mom decided to design a support machine that would enable him to skate just like normal kids.
"Her son has cerebral palsy, but he’s always wanted to skateboard. His mom fashioned this machine for him so he could do exactly that. Moms, bruh. That smile," read the tweet.
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In the video, the boy is all smile as his mom pushes him to skate. His body is strapped on the machine and he is seen holding firmly on the metals.
It is such a heartwarming moment to see the boy and the mom spend and enjoy time together without much to worry about.
The video which was shared on Wednesday, July 1 attracted a lot of comments with the majority praising the mom.
Others shared videos of their own children with the same condition doing various things.
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One Twitter user identified as @RedProv said:
"Moms are superheroes undercover."
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