Kids really have a blast trick-or-treating every Halloween. Unfortunately, though, some have to miss out on the fun because their health issues get in the way.
For Armani, a girl who has Down syndrome, going out and collecting candy every year is difficult because she has problems with her vision as well as haveing a low functioning immune system. She had to sit out this year, but thanks to her sister Amber’s boyfriend and his fellow firefighters at the Ridge Culver Fire Department in Rochester, New York, she still got to have an amazing time on All Hallow’s Eve.
Not only did the sweet men bring her candy, but they sang some of her favorite songs as well, including “Happy Birthday” — though it wasn’t really her birthday. Watch as Armani enjoys her own personal Halloween party below.
"My sister Armani has Down Syndrome, vision problems, and a low functioning immune system which makes it hard for her to trick-or-treat every year. This year, my wonderful boyfriend and his fellow brothers from Ridge Culver Fire Department stopped by my house. They brought candy; fully decked out in gear (so handsome, and professional) and got on their knees to my sisters level. They sang her favorite songs including 'Happy Birthday'. (It was not actually her birthday but she just adores that song.) They also talked about one of her favorite things, which includes Ice Cream Cake, of course! Keep up the amazing job, I am so moved!" ❤️❤️❤️ #LoveWhatMattersA Love What Matters Original VideoSubmitted by Amber Rae Falcone
Posted by Love What Matters on Thursday, November 2, 2017
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