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Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

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Let’s hear a round of applause for the parents who go the extra mile to make their kids happy.

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Princess in a carriage.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes


Atti, the son of Reese Dixon, moves through time and space in his own TARDIS while dressed as the Eleventh Doctor. Finding a tweed jacket proved nigh impossible, so she cut an adult one down to size and added a stylish bowtie but, sadly, no fez.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

It happens every year: the dreaded scramble for Halloween costume ideas. While some parents settle on a store-bought ensemble, others go the extra mile and create their own. In 2011, the father of a little boy named Carter chose the latter.

Carter has spina bifida and uses a wheelchair, so dad created the boy’s Halloween costume around the chair.

He built his son an ice cream truck complete with a back window filled with ice cream cones. On the side of the truck, he painted "Buster’s Ice Cream." Carter dressed up in a crisp, white uniform.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

A man in a wheelchair uses his disability to create an awesome costume.

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Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

Mario Bros.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

DJ.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

Tie Fighter Wheelchair Costume

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

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‘Cause dogs have the right to be awesome, too.’

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

Man in the tub.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes


This year William Joel had machine-fabricating friends create the coolest 3-wheeler adaption to his small Quickie wheelchair.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

Rabbit in a hat.

Most Awesome Wheelchair Costumes

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