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Dad Photoshops His Baby Into Dangerous Situations And The Internet Is Obsessed

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Dad Photoshops His Baby Into Dangerous Situations And The Internet Is Obsessed

Meet Stephen and Hannah.

Hannah almost died when she was four months old due to a rare bone disease. But thanks to a life-saving marrow transplant, these two now spend their days taking photos and trolling the internet to help others get well, too.

The photo series began after Hannah was finally released from the hospital. She was in and out of chemotherapy for her fearly life, so when the treatment was complete, Stephen felt it was time to catch up on all the silly photo ops they had missed out on.

And just like that, a viral Photoshop series was born.

Stephen posted his series to Reddit and it took off. He'd struck internet gold and the comment section soon reflected that.

"Most of the reactions have been positive, with the odd person not getting the joke and commenting I 'should be shot'," he says.

But here's the cool part. Stephen's using his new found internet fame to raise awareness for the bone marrow registry. If not for the kindness of an anonymous donor, Hannah wouldn't have made it. So now Stephen's using his new found platform to help other people find a donor match.

I've been photoshopping my kid into marginally dangerous situations. Nothing unbelievable, but enough to make people think "Wait, did he..?"



Finding out there was a matched donor was incredible. Without [it] Hannah wouldn't be with us today.

"The more people on the register, the more likely it is that recipients can find a match," Stephen told Buzzfeed.

But finding a match is incredibly rare. In Hannah's case, the odds of finding a donor match was a slim 1 in 9 million chance.

"Of the 27 million worldwide donors, three were deemed suitable," Stephen says. "An anonymous German lady donated. Finding out there was a matched donor was incredible. Without [it] Hannah wouldn't be with us today."


Taking advantage of the quiet bank holiday roads to give Hannah her first driving lesson.

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Autumn walks

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I think the new stair gates may be faulty.

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Getting some air

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I wonder how cold that water is 🤔

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Someone is a little unhappy about the Christmas decorations going away.

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Via Reddit & Buzzfeed

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