Video Of Autistic 2-Year-Old Falling In Love With Disney Princess Will Make Your Heart Melt



If you’re looking for an example of a sweet child, two-year-old Jack Jack would be the perfect example. When it comes to well-behaved young ones, Jack is just adorable. But he struggles to interact with the world around him because he has autism.

On a recent trip to Disney World in Florida, the Coley family wanted to capture as many magical moments as possible and solidified those wonderful moments into photos. But out of the dozens of photos and video clips, one has got to be the cutest.

And as Jack’s mom Amanda says, Jack Jack simply fell in love with Snow White. And they’ve got the video evidence to prove it…

The video, which was published on Amanda’s YouTube page last Spring, went viral as so many people watched Jack Jack fall in love with Snow White.

As mom describes about the video: “This is my 2 year old – Jack Jack. He was having nothing to do with any of the characters on our Disney vacation in November. You see, he has autism and is non-verbal. He is on the shy side with people he does not know. THEN… he met Snow White. I must have cried 1000 tears watching his interaction with her. He was in love.”

Because Jack Jack is a little cutey, his two older brothers are always looking out for him and trying to protect him. The help is much appreciated because his journey through life with autism is not an easy one.

Vacation time helps the Coleys relax and enjoy each other’s company. They can remove themselves from the stresses of life and just relax with their beloved ones.

Watch the clip and you’ll see Jack Jack become immediately smitten by Snow White. The little boy just looks at her and is mesmerized by the princess’s beauty.

More than three million people have tuned in to watch Jack Jack fall in love with his favorite Disney princess.

At the 30-second mark, watch Jack Jack surrender to Snow White and fall head over heels in love with the young beauty. Even the princess is over the moon with the boy’s display of affection.

Here are a few comments about the video from viewers like you:

“This warms my heart”

“This makes me tear up every time I see it!   What a doll.  He is adorable. …  It is so perfect.”

“God bless you, Snow White, for bringing so much happiness to Jack Jack! You are what life is all about!”

“Love at first sight.”

“He is a beautiful child. When Jack Jack laid his little head on her lap, ever so softly, it brought tears to my eyes. He so resembles my son Louie when he was 2. Louie is also autistic. These children are the sweetest, most loving children and you and I have been truly blessed.”

This is not the first time Disney has gone above and beyond to help children with autism feel loved. When one pin collector and autistic child, lost their lanyard, a dedicated Disney team member did everything in her power to reunite the missing item with the child – and even through in a little gift or two along the way.

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