Mom-of-two, Cassie McLelland has been crafting Halloween costumes for her son Caleb since he was just three-years-old. The best part? All of Caleb's beyond awesome getups—from 'Batman and his Batmobile' to 'Superman Flying Through the Clouds'—all work around his wheelchair.
Caleb has limited mobility due to Spina Bifida. Six years ago his mom started dressing up Caleb's wheelchair for Halloween—which also happens to coincide with National Spina Bifida Awareness Month (October) to bring awareness to the disease.
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"I know they look elaborate but honestly my only tools are a hot glue gun and some cardboard. Anyone can do it and many do. I see more and more wheelchair costumes every single year. It's wonderful," she said.
"My goal this month (and all the time really) is to show people what SB looks like. It looks like Caleb. It looks like the countless other kids and adults living full lives every day," McLelland said of October being National Spina Bifida Awareness Month.
Click through the gallery below to see the photos of Caleb's adorable Halloween costumes and visit the McLelland's blog to read more of Caleb's story.
Three-year-old Caleb rides in his Backhoe/Scoop Truck costume on Halloween 2008.
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