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

Roslyn Breen, 3, was treated like royalty for Halloween because of her clever and loving mother, Tiffany. Tiffany, knowing her daughter’s fondness for Disney princesses, converted Roslyn’s wheelchair into Cinderella’s carriage.

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Posted by Tiffany Breen on Thursday, 19 October 2017

Roslyn was born with an undiagnosed muscle problem. At this moment, Roslyn is officially undiagnosed – they’ve exhausted science, her mother stated. She is diagnosed with arthrogryposis, which includes joint contractures and low muscle tone.

But, simply because the toddler is in a wheelchair doesn’t mean she can’t join the other youngsters in celebrating Halloween. Roz will always be her little princess, her mother stated. And she adores Disney, so they thought Cinderella would be a big hit.

Tiffany used her imagination to transform Roslyn’s wheelchair into a magnificent carriage suited for a princess. Tiffany stated, she just bought some tinsel and ribbon, and they got some battery-operated lights, hula hoops, and zip ties. And it sparkles, Roslyn said.

The beautiful outfit was completed by the tiny girl donning a blue Cinderella dress and glass slippers. Tiffany explained she intended her to catch attention in a positive manner. For various reasons, they sometimes attract a lot of looks.

Rather than gazing, they asked the little girl for photographs and applauded her as the family was at their local zoo’s Halloween party.

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