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Avid fans of movies apply their insights to real-life situations as much as possible. They want to realize and materialize things--characters' wardrobe, equipment or tools, and the likes- for fun, personal pleasures, but sometimes in very useful humanitarian ways.
Let's get straight to the point: Did you know there's this Star Wars fan who adopted characters' design to creatively aid his son in healing his condition? If you haven't heard the news, you're in the right place.
He looks so normal. Period. Little did most people know, Jack was hiding a premature condition on top of his mind, literally.
Jack's skull failed to unite completely. This premature state was discovered on his head at birth. Jack was then admitted for a surgery.
Positive attitude lies within Jack's family. His father Jonathan Moxey thought of something better for that plain thing.
Jonathan wanted to make Jack a source of happiness for everyone. Aside from that, he is a solid Star Wars fan. What a perfect combination! So, he made cool Star Wars-inspired helmets for Jack from time to time.
Little Jack looks uncomfortable, but he looks very cute with a "Turbo Engaged" text on his forehead.
There's no such thing as Galactic Civil War in this picture, but he's ready to fight and protect, representing the Alliance to Restore the Republic. Nice!
All hail to the Pilot from Belstine IV, who fought in the Battle of Yavin! But I don't know, he seems like he's half-Batman in here!
Jack was like making bubbles to please Annakin and Amidala for some favor.
Love your daddy more, little Jack!