Father transforms the wheel chair of his adorable 8-year-old son into his favorite superhero vehicles!

By Sai
February 28, 2017Stories
Father transforms the wheel chair of his adorable 8-year-old son into his favorite superhero vehicles!

A child bound to a wheelchair gets a surprise creation from his loving dad each year, which cheers him on to continue with the physical state that he is compelled to be in.

A father-son’s relationship is a very special one. A mother’s love is soft and gentle, and most mothers are extremely expressive in displaying how they feel towards their little ones. But, many a times, the fathers find it difficult to express their feelings. Father’s do it differently, as does this father.

Ryan Miller from California has his own special way of conveying his love and empathy to his beloved son Jeremy. The father realizes that the child’s life if restricted and bound to being in the wheelchair.

Jeremy is an eight-year-old child, born with a physical condition called Spina bifida, a serious birth abnormality in which the spinal cord is malformed and lacks its usual protective bone and soft tissue around it.

He enjoys playing the roles of superheroes, and the father tries to add as much of fun and excitement into his little boy’s life as possible. He transforms the little boy’s wheelchair each year into super-cars and vehicles that go with his son’s favorite superhero fancies.

The father has transformed Jeremy’s wheelchair into Ghostbusters Ecto-1 vehicle, Star Wars Snowspeeder, Captain America’s bike, Batman for Halloween, to name a few.

Have a look at this amazing collection!

Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Vehicle in 2016


The super-vehicle has the bells and whistles, all thoughtfully included by Ryan.

Batman – all ready to take off!


This resourceful idea struck Ryan when Jeremy had to undergo a hip surgery. This annual, ingenious creation was so admired and appreciated by friends and neighbors that they looked forward to each year, wondering what the creative the loving dad would think of next.
His neighbors would always inquire, “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


Although busy with his job with an IT firm for an Auto dealership, Ryan manages to spare time to work at creating the beauties every year.
He says, “Part of the reason we do this is because people come to him, so he’s the center of attention, and he loves it.”
Anything, to keep the boy happy!

Captain America Bike in 2014


Jeremy has two siblings, elder sister Kimberly, 10, and younger brother Benjamin, 3. The entire Miller family, including the father, mother and siblings have brainstorming sessions, and contribute in the process of thinking up of new ideas for the yearly creation.

Ghostbuster – during the process of creation

The bones are done! #ghostbusters #wheelchaircostume

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The framework is done, now some trimmings to be added. The love of a father has provided the wheelchair a different meaning!
Watch Jeremy dressed up as Mickey Mouse, happily going down the street on his fancy wheel chair!
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