A little boy born with cerebral palsy is winning the Internet for his cute Halloween look.
Two-year-old Brantley Morse dressed up as Carl Fredricksen from movie Up to celebrate Halloween.
Little Brantley who was born early at 24 weeks and weighed just one pound, 11 ounces with cerebral palsy, stage 3 kidney disease, chronic lung disease and gastroparesis.
Speaking to LADbible his mother Brittany said: “The inspiration behind the costume all comes down to the message we’re trying to spread. Although Brantley struggles with disabilities, he makes the best of every single day… including Halloween.”
“We wanted to do something that would Brantley’s medical equipment while spreading hope and positivity to anyone and everyone, especially those with special needs or disabilities.”
“Nothing will ever stop us from representing inclusion and that just because you’re a little different doesn’t mean you can’t participate.”
The adorable photo of Brantley was shared on Facebook by Akron Children’s Hospital in Ohio, where he was born.
They wrote: “It is Brantley Morse’s first time dressing up for Halloween, and he definitely got in the spirit! Brantley’s mother Brittany wanted to incorporate his medical equipment in the costume to show the world that Brantley is making the absolute best out of his disabilities.”
“The two-and-a-half-year-old got to test out his costume as Carl from the movie Up at a fall festival last weekend and is looking forward to celebrating Halloween this year.”
The post has gone viral and people showered love and blessings to little Brantley.
His mom Brittany took to social media and said: “Brantley is just over here making the absolute BEST out of having a disability and rocking his medical equipment with his awesome Halloween costume.”
“You would never know this sweet boy has a list of chronic medical conditions, with that contagious smile that’s always on his face! Hoping to spread some positivity to everyone, especially those struggling – if this little dude can smile, so can you!”
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