A designer in Dublin, who goes by the name Stephen Crowley has a very dark sense of humor. He is very keen into editing his adorable little daughter into different dangerous situations and he posts these pictures on Instagram.
He is great with Photoshop. If I didn’t tell you that these were edited, you probably wouldn’t be able to tell.
#1 Faulty Stair Gates.
#2 The Cook Helper.
#3 Walking on the Edge of Life.
#4 The Cabin Ledge.
#5 Hanging Christmas Baby.
#6 Getting Some Air.
#7 First Driving Lesson.
#8 The Ladder Climber.
Hannah is now 18 months old and looking great. She was diagnosed with a rare immune disorder known as HLH. She had to go through chemotherapy, as she spent six months in the hospital. Then she went through a bone marrow transplant from an unknown donor.
Stephen Crowley told, that she has gotten much better and is feeling great. “She’s lots of fun, always smiling, and has a great sense of humor given what she’s been through so far”
His posts soon started garnering attention and he hopes to use this to raise awareness for Be The Match. That is the bone marrow register which helped Hannah.
#9 The Olympic Winner.
My wife will be running the #vhiminimarathon on Monday, raising money for @aoibheanns_pinktie, a wonderful charity that helps children with cancer, and their families. Having experienced their help first hand with Hannah, we know they do incredible, tireless work. If you would like to donate, hit the link in my profile ☝?
#10 The Plane Pilot.
#11 The Hard Worker.
We all hope that she continues to get better as she grows up. She really does seem full of life. Consequently, her dad clearly cares for her very much.
#12 Easily amused
Be The Match is a bone marrow registry. They are committed to providing the best possible outcomes for patients. They focus on recruiting new registry members ages Eighteen to Forty-four. As, that is based on medical research, that younger donors provide better transplant success. Because of this, doctors request donors in the Eighteen to Forty-four age group at least 95% of the time.