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Pictured:  The making of the Baymax costume.<br />
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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.<br />
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When Reese was three he wanted to dress up at Halloween as the character Wall.E from the popular Disney Pixar film of the same name.  10-year-old Reese and his father are from Olathe, Kansas, USA.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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