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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111r) Reese in the Wall.E costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111l) Reese in the Iron Man costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111n) Reese in the Peter Pan costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111e) The Baymax costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111i) The Starwars X-wing fighter costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111q) Reese in the Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111b) Reese in the Baymax costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111f) The making of the Baymax costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111j) The making of the Starwars X-wing fighter costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111c) Lon Davis with the Baymax costume he made for his son Reese Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111a) Reese with the head for the Baymax costume made by his father Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111p) Reese in a Woody from Toy Story costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111g) The Baymax costume being made Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111m) Reese in the Iron Man costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111k) The making of the Starwars X-wing fighter costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111d) The Baymax costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111o) The Captain America costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4954111h) Reese in the Starwars X-wing fighter costume Father creates cool 'costumes' for son's whelchair, Olathe, Kansas, America - Aug 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qt8e A father whose son cannot walk on his own has started a company that makes incredible costumes for children that use wheelchairs. Lon Davis, 41, began making costumes for his son Reese seven years ago after he was born with neuroblastoma, a tumour in his neck as spine that left him with limited mobility in his legs. When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film. Lon said: 'I figured that it would be a perfect costume to make for his wheelchair. He ended up helping me build the costume. 'Every year since then Reese and I have always figured out what he was going to be for Halloween and then decide how to incorporate his wheelchair with it.' Lon then started the company Walkin' & Rollin' Costumes which makes unique outfits for children in wheelchairs or who use walkers, and gives them away for free.
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