There's something about Disney World that makes everything just a little more magical.
Just ask Amanda Coley, who was recently reminded of its magnificence when her two-year-old son with autism fell for one of the park's princesses on the spot.
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According to Coley, her son Jack Jack was having nothing to do with any of the characters on their Disney vacation back in November. That all changed, however, when he laid eyes on Snow White, whom he immediately was drawn to.
While Jack Jack is non-verbal and generally on shy around strangers, he snuggled up to Snow White without hesitation, laying his head on her lap and giggling uncontrollably when they locked eyes.
Coley got emotional while talking about the exhange, stating, that she "must have cried 1000 tears watching his interaction with her. He was in love."
The proud mom has since created a Facebook page called Disney Adventures & Autism, where she posts pictures from their trip and encourages others to share their experiences as well.
Check out some of the Coley's heartwarming pictures from their trip below.