Neighbors juggle, sing songs and hold hand-stand races on child's front yard to entertain him as he is stuck indoors while undergoing cancer treatment
A community have been performing tricks, singing songs and driving trucks past the yard of a house-bound cancer-stricken toddler in an effort to boost his spirits.
Quinn Waters, three, from Weymouth, Massachusetts, is in isolation after receiving a stem cell transplant earlier in June and a high dose of chemotherapy which wiped out his immune system.
The three-year-old was diagnosed with medulloblastoma - a form of brain cancer - in April and has been stuck in his home and on a restricted diet as a result of the punishing regime of treatments.
But friends and strangers alike have been stopping by his front window on a daily basis to greet and entertain him in a bid to try and help him enjoy life despite his medical problems.
Whether it's someone performing a song, a juggling trick or just driving by to honk, Quinn will watch on elatedly by his room's window as the show unravels before his eyes.