Dad Creates Amazing Halloween Costumes For Kids In Wheelchairs

No doubt who will have the most amazing Halloween costumes in one Oregon neighborhood.

For one day, at least, Ryan Weimer turns his sons into the coolest kids on the block.

Both boys have a form of muscular dystrophy that keeps them in wheelchairs.

KGW-TV reports that Dad Ryan has figured out a way to turn those chairs into the machine that powers over-the-top costumes.

How fun is this? From "How To Train Your Dragon!" The wheelchair powers the costume.

How fun is this? From “How To Train Your Dragon!” The wheelchair powers the costume.

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This year, Keaton is going as a dinosaur and Bryce will be driving his own spacecraft around the neighborhood.

Ryan has gotten such joy out of creating these costumes for his kids that he’s started a non-profit called, “Magic Wheelchair,” so that he can do the same for other kids.

Aye Aye Matey! Here's comes a pirate and his ship courtesy of MagicWheelchair.org.

Aye Aye Matey! Here’s comes a pirate and his ship courtesy of MagicWheelchair.org.

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Dad Creates Amazing Halloween Costumes For Kids In Wheelchairs

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