This Dad Transforms His Child's Wheelchair To Make Him Happy 

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This Dad Transforms His Child's Wheelchair To Make Him Happy 
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A father's love for his child is although hidden but never measurable. Fathers are the ones who don't keep showering their love on kids, instead, they secretly love their kids. Ryan Miller from California makes amazing wheelchair transformations for his eight-year-old son Jeremy Miller every year. But, this man has gone a step forward in portraying his love for his child. He did not want his son to be held back due to his inability of Spina bifida, which is a birth defect. In this defect, the spinal cord of the child fails to develop properly. 

For our inspiration, the man, Ryan Miller has transformed his son, Jeremy's wheelchair into "Ghostbusters" Ecto-1 vehicle, Star Wars Snowspeeder, Captain America's bike, Batman for Halloween and what not.

Have a look at the mind-boggling creations of Ryan Miller here!

Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Vehicle in 2016

Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Vehicle in 2016

You will be happy to learn that the vehicle also has the bells and whistles. Isn't that really thoughtful of Ryan?

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Batman for Halloween

Batman for Halloween
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This idea of transformations stuck Ryan Miller when Jeremy had to undergo a hip surgery. Once began, there was no looking back. His neighbours would always enquire, "What are you going to do next year?". And from that, it got a bit bigger, and now it's kind of crazy."

Star Wars Snowspeeder in 2015

Star Wars Snowspeeder in 2015
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Despite working in IT firm for an Auto dealership, Ryan manages to work out on the wheelchair so beautifully. He says, "Part of the reason we do this is because people come to him, so he's the centre of attention, and he loves it." This brings in positive attention to the wheelchair.

Captain America Bike in 2014

Captain America Bike in 2014
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It is disclosed that the ideas for costumes every year are a result of brainstorming sessions of the Miller family. Everyone from Miller family, himself to his wife and kids, everyone participates in this process. Jeremy has two siblings, elder sister Kimberly, 10 and younger brother Benjamin, 3.

Ghostbuster in the making...

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The bones are planted, now some muscles to be added.

Catch the 360-degree view of "Ghostbusters" here!

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According to people, he is confined to his wheelchair, but his dad has rightly said that it is this wheelchair only that provides him freedom. The world is as you see it. All negatives can be turned into positives, only if you have an eye for it. An important point to note folks!

He plays wheelchair basketball with this.

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Neither has the disability has hampered his love for rugby or soccer. Jeremy has a beautiful heart. At the trial of the Ghostbusters in a hospital, he said, "I liked that it made kids smile."

Ryan S Miller - The man behind the amazing art.

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Father and son together.

Catch Jeremy Miller as Mickey Mouse in the Main Street Electrical Parade.

Spectacular! Happiness granted to Jeremy.

Let me tell you, Jeremy, you are damn lucky to have such an amazing father. Love him, always!

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