Mom Decorates Her 3-Year-Old's Wheelchair To Look Like Cinderella's Carriage For Halloween

"I wanted her to draw attention in a positive way."

Roslyn Breen is a 3-year-old from Comstock Park, MI who loves Disney. She was also born with an undiagnosed muscular condition that prevents her from walking or sitting up, so she uses a wheelchair. 

When it came time to get ready for Halloween this year, Roslyn's mom, Tiffany Breen, found a way to combine her daughter's love of Disney princesses and her wheelchair to make one incredible costume. 


Breen decided to turn her daughter's wheelchair into Cinderella's magical pumpkin carriage.

Breen told FOX 17 News, "I wanted her to draw attention in a positive way. A lot of times we get stares for different reasons. Roslyn, at this point, is undiagnosed. We have exhausted science."

She continued, "Roz is forever my little princess. And she loves Disney, so we knew Cinderella was something she'd really want."

To create the costume, the creative mom utilized home supplies and things she had packed away for Christmas, including tinsel, ribbons, hula hoops, zip ties, and battery-operated lights.

Roslyn also wore a shimmering blue dress and "glass slippers" on her feet for the full Cinderella look.

The toddler told KTVQ News that her wheelchair "glowed" and that her daddy was the prince who she got to dance with.

Roslyn wore the costume to two events at Zoo Goes Boo in Michigan. The Cinderella carriage had a very positive response with people requesting photos with her and shouting that the princess was coming to the event.

(H/T: Popsugar)


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