Mum transforms daughter's wheelchair into Cinderella carriage

Sarah Carty

Her mum was determined to make her Halloween one to remember and that’s exactly what happened for three-year-old Rosalyn.

Tiffany Breen decided to transform Rosalyn’s wheelchair into a Cinderella carriage so her daughter could “draw attention in a positive way”.

The young girl, who has an undiagnosed condition which leaves her unable to walk or stand on her own, was over-the-moon with her glow-in-the-dark costume.

Tiffany Breen decide to transform Rosalyn’s wheelchair into a Cinderella carriage so her daughter could “draw attention in a positive way”. Photo: Fox 17 News
Rosalyn was delighted with her glow-in-the-dark chair. Photo: Facebook/Tiffany Breen

“Ros is forever my little princess and she loves Disney and princesses so Cinderella was something we definitely knew she wanted to be,” Tiffany told Fox 17 News.

Tiffany handmade the incredible creation, with the help of some tinsel, ribbons, battery-operated light and hula hoops.

“I wanted her to draw attention in a positive way,” she said.

“Sometimes we get a lot of stares for different reasons.”

She attended a ball and danced the night away with her dad. Photo: Facebook/Tiffany Breen

And of course, Cinderella had to go to the ball, which was held at a nearby zoo.

Rosalyn danced with her dad and had a blast in her dazzling chair.

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