Madrid, Spain, Feb 2, 2017 / 00:06 am
Most fathers like to share their hobbies with their sons. But for José Manuel this proved a challenge – given that his fourth child Pablo suffers from a severe form of cerebral palsy.
Despite this, however, José Manuel had idea.
"I don't remember when we began to run together. I know that the first time was in the summer. I was getting ready to go out for a run, but neither my wife nor children could stay to take care of Pablo. So I decided I could take him with me," José Manuel Roas Treviño told CNA.
Even though José Manuel said he did not know if Pablo would like the experience or not, he quickly demonstrated that he did: "He sat up straight in the chair and when he does that it means 'okay,' because it takes a huge amount of effort to keep sitting up straight."