These parents did the sweetest thing for their kids.
In March, Disney World and Disneyland announced they’d be closing their parks to do their part in efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus, and it was the first time in history all parks closed at the same time.
According to Inspire More, Jen Gray Sampson, her husband and two daughters had planned to visit Disney World but had to cancel their plans due to the closures, which motivated the mother of two to recreate Disney World at home.
On Instagram, Jen shared photos of their adventures on some of the major landmarks across the park.
In each picture, you can see her daughters dressed in Disney gear, including the wristbands they would’ve worn to the park. Super cute!
The parents put in a lot of effort to make the day feel as realistic as possible.
Jen and her husband pulled up pictures and videos from around the park whenever they visited a new “spot”. For rides, they put the girls in plastic containers, turned on videos of roller coasters, and helped them move around in their seats to feel like they truly were on the rides.
It really seems as though Jen and her family would’ve made some amazing memories at Disney World, and it’s evident the girls had the time of their lives.
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