Only a few weeks away from Halloween, a little boy said he wanted to be a superhero.
When he says a superhero, he doesn’t mean any ordinary superhero. For the eight-year-old Chase, his favorite superhero is his big brother.
“My adult son is a policeman, so he likes his older brother,” said Chase’s mother, Kelli Galloway.
“Enforcement, this is a tough show. It is cool to see my family support me. Chase wants to dress up as a policeman,” said Chase’s eldest brother Cody Galloway.
Chase suffers from cerebral palsy, and although his condition can sometimes be a bit challenging, he dresses up with his family during Halloween, and like other children, Chase enters the role.
“It’s all fun! Halloween, Christmas, Easter, we all exploded, but we like to incorporate Chase into everything we do,” Kelli said. “He can’t always say what he likes, but when he is happy or uncomfortable, he will let us know that he likes to dress up, deceive or treat.”
Due to long-term friendship, Chase’s custom Halloween costumes are possible.
“He and I have been friends with me since we were children,” said Brenda Speezacatena, owner of Kid-To-Kid. She said she was honored to wear the perfect outfit in her store…
Speezacatena said: “We have police clothing at Kid-To-Kid, and then the older sister made a police car for him.” “So it was surprising, so it was really interesting to see him getting so much fun from small things.”