A group of 10 high school students created a special invention that makes it possible for a father with impaired mobility to walk with his newborn son.
Jeremy King, 37, from Maryland, underwent surgery three years ago for a brain tumor that resulted in physical challenges like not being able to balance well.
When King and his wife, Chelsie, 32, found out they were going to have a child last year, they were worried about how they would take their kid out on walks and other activities, reported ABC News.
“While he can walk, he can’t do so safely carrying a child,” Chelsie King told “Good Morning America.” “So we jumped into, ‘OK, what do we need in order for him to parent safely?’ and honestly, not a whole lot came up — there’s just really not a ton of resources out there for disabled parents.”
Chelsie turned to Matt…