I dont know if you have all read the story of the little boy with autism that had a bad experience at Jedi training turn into a life long memory because of a cast member....see below but beware you WILL cry
It has gotten me thinking about all of the amazing cast members there are at all of the Disney parks and how they truely do go out of their way to make everything perfect when we are in their world.
I wanted to share a story of our last trip,
While we were there it was my DDs 3rd birthday so I was very excited that she was now old enough to go to BBB to be made into her favourite princess Cinderella before we were going for breakfast at CRT.
My younger daughter was 18 months and so she didn't feel left out she wore her snow white dress.
Abigail was having such a good time with everyone making a fuss of her and making her feel like a true princess, but what I was most impressed with is how her little sister Gabriella was treated by all of the fairy godmothers in training. They kept coming over and saying hi and telling her how pretty she looked in her princess dress and playing games with her (Although my husband was sat with her whilst I was with Abigail he is not great at keeping her entertained for an extended length of time so this really did mean that I could pay lots of attention to the birthday girl)
Abigail had been given her wand and crown (in cinderella blue) and at the same time they had handed Gabriella a snow white one in red, I thought it was a little presumptuous to hand her something but as I was going to be looking in the store for one later that day (anyone with two girls who are close in age will know you cant give one something without the other having a matching one)
We got to the register to pay for the experience and they gave me my total without Gabriella's things, I pointed out that we had also got those and the amazing godmother said 'no they are a gift for her because she was so patient and a lovely little sister'
This absolutely made my day, that they had given this gift to Gabriella to make her day just as special as Abigail's really touched me and still brings a smile and a tear 4 years later.