Three-year-old Roslyn was born with an undiagnosed muscular condition — she can't sit up or walk. But just because she's wheelchair-ridden, doesn't mean her Halloween will be any less magnificent, thanks to her loving mom and one magical idea.
With household supplies and just the right amount of sparkle, Tiffany Breen turned her daughter's wheelchair into Cinderella's carriage. Clad in a jewel-studded gown and slippers, Roslyn looked like she came straight out of a storybook.
While there are companies such as Magic Wheelchair that design custom costumes for children in wheelchairs, Breen went to work on this Disney-inspired transformation all herself with tinsel, ribbon, hula hoops and twinkling lights.
"Roz is forever my little princess," Breen told Fox 17. "And she loves Disney so we knew Cinderella was something she'd really want."
The Michigan mother continued on to say that she wanted to draw attention to Roslyn in a "positive way" since they often "get stares for different reason."
They took two trips to the John Ball Zoo for a Halloween event, and Breen posted to social media that her daughter was a true "#showstopper."
"This is amazing!! You deserve some sort of mother of the year award," a Facebook user commented. Others chimed in to say the costume was "so creative," and that Roslyn was "definitely a showstopper!"
Breen told GoodHouskeeping.com that this was Roslyn's first Halloween in a wheelchair, and she "did amazing" with it. She said she'll definitely be decking-out the chair again next year, and while she is unsure of what that design will be, she's guessing Roslyn will "still be interested in Disney princesses."
Looks like this Cinderella has been graced with one extraordinary fairy godmother.
(h/t Fox 17)
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