A round of applause is needed for the Meijer company.

Meijer just expanded their line of Halloween costumes so that they are more inclusive for children with limited mobility.

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The retailer switched out the typical snaps and zippers for Velcro, pull tabs, and magnets so that it is easier to put on and take off.

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The "adaptive costumes" also have hook-and-loop spaces for those little ones that need accommodations for their arm and leg braces.

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As of now, the "adaptive costumes" for the children come in a witch, mermaid, astronaut, and skeleton.

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Since the new adaptive line is new, there are not that many options. So, these are some of the costumes that I wish Meijers would turn into an adaptive costume.

You and your kiddie can be their favorite food. What kid doesn't like pizza?

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If Meijer made this an adaptive costume, they can walk around and be their favorite food for Halloween.

Most children watch different Disney or Nickelodeon movies. So, it is only right to make adaptive costumes that are Disney-themed.

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This movie, Frozen, was all of the rage when it came out. I know there are little ones who want to scream and sing "Let It Go" as a little version of Elsa and Anna.

We know that the kiddies love Marvel, DC, and superheroes in general.

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These little kids may want to be Captain America, the Hulk, Spider-Man, Storm, etc.

I am super excited to see what Meijer does next with this line of inclusive Halloween costumes.

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