Three-year-old Roslyn Breen got a special surprise just in time for Halloween: Her mom turned her wheelchair into Cinderella’s carriage to make the little girl feel like the princess she is.
“Roz is forever my little princess. And she loves Disney so we knew Cinderella was something she’d really want,” her mom, Tiffany, told Fox 17.
Roslyn was born with a muscular condition that is currently undiagnosed and it prevents her from walking and sitting up. Because Roslyn needs to use a wheelchair, her mother got creative to make something extra special for Halloween.
“I wanted her to draw attention in a positive way,” the Michigan mom explained to Fox 17. “A lot of times we get stares for different reason.”
Breen used battery-operated lights, Christmas decorations, hula hoops and zip ties to create the glowing, magical carriage that’s truly fit for a princess.
Once the chair was complete, the family attended a local “Boo at the Zoo” event and the chair got quite a bit of attention.
“I knew she would draw attention when we went out on community events, but I was not prepared for how popular it would be. People were stopping us and requesting pictures,” Breen told Babble. “Roslyn brings us that joy every single day. How lucky are we?”
The carriage got quite a bit of positive attention online, too.
People are taking to Facebook to praise Breen for her awesome costume:
“Although life hasn’t always been so easy with Roslyn we are oh so grateful to be her parents! She brings such joy to our lives and we love sharing that with others! I cannot wait to see what the future holds for her,” she said to Babble.
While there may be other princes to come into this princess’ life, for now, she said her daddy is her Prince Charming.
It just doesn’t get cuter than that, now does it?