BROWNWOOD, Texas - Nothing says "Do It Yourself" more than physically building a costume in the spirit of Halloween.
This is the third year Brownwood Police Department Officer Jayme Bowman and his wife Sarah are creating a costume for their daughter Addyson, 6, who has cerebral palsy with spastic quadriplegia. They have been working on a frame to incorporate Addyson's wheelchair as part of her costume.
KTXS News spoke with the family to hear how they got the idea and why it is important to them.
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