AUSTIN, Texas – Hayden Trigg, 7, was diagnosed with both spina bifida and cerebral palsy at an early age.
Since he uses a wheelchair, it made it difficult to play with his friends and his siblings.
According to ABC News, Make-A-Wish Foundation and a local contractor teamed up to make Hayden a wheelchair-accessible tree house right in his own backyard.
“It’s leveled the playing field for him,” Hayden’s mom, Adrienne Trigg, told ABC News.
When it was finally finished, Hayden’s entire first grade class came over to play.
“It was the best day of his life,” Trigg said. “His wish was to share it with his friends. He’s got to be the most popular kid in school right now.”