A two-year-old boy with only weeks to live served as the best man at his parents' wedding in the US.
Logan Stevenson was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia just after his first birthday. He has Fanconi anemia, a rare disease that often leads to cancer.
Christine Swidorsky and Logan's father Sean Stevenson had planned to marry in July next year, but brought the date forward after learning from doctors last month that Logan had just two or three weeks left to live.
Swidorsky's 13-year-old daughter Isabella Johns acted as bridesmaid whilst the couple's one-year-old daughter served as flower girl. The 12-minute ceremony was an intimate celebration with family and friends, and approximately 100 guests attended.
The couple wanted Logan to see them marry and be part of the family photos. Logan will spend his remaining days at home, showered with the love and attention of his family.
The family's story has captured the heart of their community in Pittsburgh, and they have been inundated with wedding-gifts and tributes.