A group of Home Depot workers made one toddler's day by making a walker especially for him.
On May 22, Logan's mom, Christian Williams Moore, asked employees at the Cedartown, Georgia, location for helping finding materials to make a walker for her son.
Later that day, the Home Depot employees presented Logan with the handmade equipment.
Logan's sweet reaction to using his walker for the first time was captured on video.
"We were shocked and amazed that it turned out so well," Moore told "Good Morning America." "He is still very unstable, but he is walking with the walker a lot more."
Logan has a condition called hypotonia, which affects muscle tone and stability. Because of this, the 2-year-old is unable to walk on his own.
Regardless of obstacles, Logan is a "very happy little boy" and enjoys swimming and playing with his toys, his mom said.
Moore said the insurance process to get Logan a walker is a long one, and he has not yet been approved. While waiting, the Moores watched YouTube instruction videos on how to make one for Logan.
When the family headed to Home Depot to ask for assistance, the store manager helped Moore find the parts then sent her family out for ice cream.
When Logan returned, he had a new walker waiting for him, made from PVC piping.
"This was a small token to help such a sweet family," Tina Miller Romero, a Home Depot customer order specialist, told "GMA." "That’s what Home Depot is all about -- helping others and building our community."