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Nathen Steffel: Internet Photoshops Grieving Dad's Baby Girl Without Tubes

By    |   Wednesday, 16 Jul 2014 04:56 PM

Grieving father Nathen Steffel was overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers after posting a Photoshop request on Reddit for someone to help remove the medical tubes from an image of his 6-week-old daughter, who died in the hospital.

In his post, Steffel explained that he was never able to get a photo of his daughter without the tubes during her short life.

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Steffel’s post received almost 3,000 comments and dozens of portraits of the baby girl, Sophia, who died July 10 with a type of liver tumor, People reported.

"This is really amazing. Everyone you have made my day. All I wanted was a nice picture. What I received was a lot of love and support from a bunch of strangers," Steffel wrote on Reddit.

Sophia was on a waiting list for a liver transplant when she died, "Today" reported.

“I was overwhelmed with the response I got,” Steffel told Today Parents. “My wife and I were so grateful so many people took the time out of their own lives to either send a nice message of sympathy or an awesome drawing. They couldn't have made this father any happier.”

Twitter users were touched by the acts of kindness.











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