Mom converts her daughter’s wheelchair into Cinderella’s carriage, which glows in the dark

There is nothing we would not do to bring a smile to our children’s faces.

Of course, sometimes the simplest things go the furthest in making them happy. Children frequently do not require the latest toy, costly trips to Disney World, or a wardrobe full of flashy new clothes.

No, if my experience as a parent has taught me anything, it’s that children are perfectly fine as long as they receive the love and attention they deserve from their mother and father.

When Halloween rolled around a few years ago, Tiffany Breen knew she wanted to make it extra special for her 3-year-old daughter, Roslyn.
Roslyn was born with a muscular condition that has doctors baffled, leaving her wheelchair-bound.

Tiffany, according to reports, stated, “Roslyn is officially undiagnosed at this point — we have exhausted science.”

“She falls under an umbrella description called arthrogryposis, which means joint contractures and poor muscle tone.”


Despite obvious life challenges, Roslyn is just like any other child. She enjoys laughing and having fun, and she looks forward to the holidays. Tiffany didn’t want her daughter to feel left out this Halloween, so she created the most creative costumes for her to wear.

“Roz is forever my little princess,” Tiffany explained. “And she loves Disney, so we knew Cinderella was something she’d really want.”

Tiffany put on her thinking cap and came up with the idea of turning the wheelchair itself into a beautiful carriage in order to create a costume that would work well with her daughter’s wheelchair.

“I just grabbed tinsel and ribbon, and we bought some lights that operated on a battery, hula hoops, and zip ties,” Tiffany said.

Roslyn was blown away by the surprise when she saw it. “And it glows!” she cried.

Roslyn completed the look perfectly by donning the most beautiful Cinderella gown and glass slippers.

“I wanted her to draw attention in a positive way,” mom Tiffany said. “Sometimes, we get a lot of stares for different reasons.”

When Roslyn and her family went to the local zoo for a Halloween celebration, many people stared, but there was no negativity in their expressions. Instead, they cheered for Roslyn as she passed, and some even asked for photos with her.

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