TAMPA, Fla. – A Tampa tattoo parlor made one little girl’s day, decking out her arms and legs with marker tattoos so she could look like her father, WFLA reported.
Three-year-old Trinity was diagnosed with neuroblastoma last year; she also has Homer’s syndrome and Harliquine syndrome, leaving her a veteran of the operating room and chemotherapy care.
According to WFLA, Trinity loves her father’s tattoos, so her mother called Ink Wolves and made a special request: temporary tattoos for a little girl with a lot of fight in her.
Employees came in on their day off and tatted Trinity with Disney characters and fun designs on her arms and legs, WFLA said.
Trinity’s mother said her daughter had “the BEST day” at the parlor.
“Do you want to know what the best day is like for a 3 year old who is fighting cancer? Getting “tattoos” like daddy!! I got to meetup with Skyla, Lou and sweet little Trinity to take photos of this little princess getting her own tattoos. We cranked the Disney music, all sang along (including the men 😉 ), danced, ran around a tattoo shop, laughed and watched as miss Trinity told them everywhere that she wanted a tattoo ❤ Yesterday was a day I won’t forget. Those moments of pure joy and happiness are priceless.
Skyla & Louis- THANK YOU for allowing me to come be a part of yesterday and join in on the fun!! We love your family to pieces and that precious baby girl!! ❤”