Halloween costumes trace back hundreds of years, where participants would disguise themselves to ward off evil spirits. And every kid today loves trick or treating in costume whether it’s scary or just fun. But there are some who cannot celebrate to their health conditions, so this dad of five has come up with a solution.
Three of Ryan Weimer’s five children suffer from spinal muscular atrophy and aren’t able to walk. To make them feel special at Halloween, Ryan decided to make costumes not only for his kids but for their wheelchairs too.
The results, as you’ll see in the video, are spectacular. In fact, this kind-hearted man has expanded his effort to start a nonprofit, Magic Wheelchair, that does the same for many other kids.
Magic Wheelchair is now trying to cover as many locations as they can to help the children fulfill their Halloween fantasies. Watch the video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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