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Dad Helps His Blind Daughter Get Fun At Easter With DIY Beeping Eggs

Our life is colorful. It’s blessed to explore it with the eyes. You can see green trees, blossoming flowers, blue sky, red sun, and night. The eyes enable you to discover the world around you directly and effectively. Even when you can’t touch one stuff, you still get its shape and color. We all should be thankful for a born clear vision.

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However, some people don’t have this luck. They lose their vision for some reason. This is the case of the adorable girl named Rachel. The little girl couldn’t see when she was 4 months old. Rachel’s father, David Hyche thought that she couldn’t have a normal life but she proved she could.

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The visual impairment doesn’t prevent the little girl from enjoying and exploring her life. Rachel does a lot of things herself. And of course, her parents couldn’t be happier with her optimism and persistence. They always support her whenever she needs it.

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When Rachel wanted to join in the egg hunt at Easter, David came up with an idea. He created beeping eggs so that his daughter could locate through sound and get fun on her own. And this worked excellently. The initiative is now spreading across the United States thanks to the efforts of military and law enforcement members.

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David works as an ATF agent (who works with explosives). And his job helped him a lot with the project. David adapted the design from a man who was making beeping eggs. His great effort and patience ended with Easter eggs equipped with beepers, switches, and batteries. These eggs made Rachel’s day!

That is not all. The beeping Easter eggs persuaded all members at a convention for bomb technicians. They thought those eggs would be useful for other children with visual impairments.

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This time, David’s DIY project ran on a larger scale – a community event. The military and law enforcement members have been spent their time and skills making beeping eggs since then. These eggs are donated to schools with visually impaired children. They are even used as a learning tool to help kids learn to locate things themselves.

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No one loves and understands the kids than their parents. They never leave their children alone to face struggles in life. They may let their kid ride their way but always stretch their hand and help them when they need it. If you love this story, just share it with your family and friends.

H/T: Mail Online

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