5 Year Old With Cerebral Palsy Gets Han Solo And Millennium Falcon Halloween Costume


Chantelle and Patrick Bailey's 5-year-old son Sebastian has cerebral palsy. Because of it, he can't talk and requires a walker to move around. With that in mind, it can prove challenging coming up with a Halloween costume for him. However, Sebastian's parents have let those challenges fuel their imagination.

For the past two years, Sebastian went trick-or-treating as Clark Kent, and his walker was transformed into a phone booth. This year, they put over 100+ hours of work into transforming Sebastian's walker into the legendary starship: Millenium Falcon.

"The main body of the Falcon is made out of corrugated plastic (think political yard signs), we used a lot of random hardware parts to create the details of this iconic spacecraft," a Bailey family member wrote on YouTube. "Sebastian is not verbal, we have installed a speech button which has a recorded 'Trick or Treat' between and four different Han Solo quotes, such as 'Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.'"

Below, check out his costume in the video and photos.

Last Halloween we punted and just reused Sebastian's telephone booth/Clark Kent/Superman costume. This year, however…,...

Posted by Chantelle Leck Bailey on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

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