Dad builds 22-foot Olaf, ‘Frozen’ snowman, for his little girl

Good parents are wondrous creatures, and here’s another example.

A Wisconsin dad was asked by his 12-tear-old daughter, Lainey, to build her a snowman, and knowing her enthusiasm for the Disney film “Frozen,” he spent more than 50 hours in freezing weather to make it special.

“Lainey wanted a snowman, so I said I’d build her one,” Paul Dahms explained. “With the whole Olaf kick this year, I tried to shape it or get it as close to Olaf as I could.”

What resulted was not only a great likeness, but also one measuring 22 feet in height.

The love demonstrated by a parent for a child never ceases to warm the heart and add fuel to the soul.


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