Parents Make Their Kid In-N-Out Costume That Fits His Wheelchair


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Halloween is just around the corner and while this year, we've been restricted to a lot of things due to COVID-19 we can still make if fun. A family in Redlands, California is doing just that.

The Remillet's 6-year-old son Maddux was born with Spina Bifida and Achondroplasia Dwarfism. He loves Halloween so for the past 6 years, his parents have made Maddux a custom costume that fits over his wheelchair.

This year Maddux is dressing up as one of his favorite restaurants, In-N-Out.

"His favorite food is grilled cheese and french fries and he especially loves this from In-N-Out," Maddux's mom, Desirée Remillet, told ABC7 Los Angeles. "Just because he is in a wheelchair doesn't mean he has to miss out on the Halloween fun and festivities," said Remillet.

The Remillet family is already planning on next year's costume and is hoping to make one inspired by their favorite Los Angeles teams.

Check out Maddux's cool custom "In-N-Out" costume below. - Lupe LLerenas (@LupeLLerenas)

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