Home Depot Employees Build a Walker For 2-Year-Old Boy

Home Depot employees helped out one little boy in the coolest way.

According to CNN, 2-year-old Logan has hypotonia, which affects his muscle tone and causes him to struggle with stability. Logan's physical therapist suggested a gait trainer to assist him with walking, but they weren't sure insurance would cover it.

So, Logan's parents turned to YouTube to learn how to make one out of PVC pipe.

Logan's mom, Christian, said she found a tutorial that "looked pretty easy" and brought it to Home Depot to pick up supplies to make it.

As they gathered supplies, a store manager and another employee came to their aid and told them the family would not be charged for supplies. Instead, they told them to "go get ice cream and come back in an hour."

When they returned, the walker was completely built, and even had Logan's name on it.

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