This Kid's Halloween Costume Might Well Be The Coolest Of All Time
It's coming up to Halloween, which is another chance for one American dad to prove once again that he's the coolest of all time.
Ryan Miller's eight-year-old son, Jeremy, has spina bifida, which means that he uses a wheelchair. So, instead of dressing him up in a costume, his father incorporates the mobility device design itself.
In 2016, Jeremy is driving the Ecto-1 from the movie Ghostbusters. Take a look at it here...
Explaining why he put in such an effort, Ryan said: "Jeremy does use a wheelchair and that means at school and with friends he can get left behind. Especially when he was younger, we wanted to make sure he was able to be included.
"So, this was a way for us to make him the centre of attention and help him to shine. We love the smile that it brings to his face and he really gets into character when he is in the costumes."
But as I've said, this isn't a one-off. Check out these pics...
All images credit: Ryan Miller
Ryan adds: "We've also come to love the smiles that it brings to others' faces, and with this latest costume we were able to share it with some of the patients at Rady Children's Hospital where Jeremy goes for his check-ups."
While the costumes are a lot of fun, they also take a lot of work for Jeremy and his wife, Beth. He says that the early outfits usually took a couple of hours the day before, but in recent years it's taken two or three weeks of working nights and weekends.
The 2016 creation took a solid month-and-a-half of work. Good effort, mate, they look great.
Featured image credit: Ryan Miller