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Being a Disney princess is every little girl’s dream, but Emma Krall is already a princess when she is just 23 months old.
The baby is 9 weeks premature from her date, and after being born, she was going through a campomelic dysplasia disorder which made her spend more time at the hospital than her home.
She has brought smiles and joy on so many people’s facing at such a small age.
Her mother, Rachael Krall, started watching Disney movies to pass her time at the hospital. The mother-daughter duo started watching Disney princess movies together.
Rachael claims that Emma loves flowers and anything that is pink and girly enough. She further says that they watch Disney movies all the time when they are at the hospital or at home.
They have watched many movies like Tangled, The Little Mermaid, and much more.
After her surgery in April, Emma is all ready to go home in May and that’s when her long-haired princess, Rapunzel came to visit her. Emma’s halo was all decorated with pink and yellow flowers because her favorite princess also has a flower crown.
Though Emma cannot speak right now, her playful behavior and smile were enough to express her emotions. Her mother said that Emma has always loved Disney princesses because she sees how strong and happy they are.
The doctors and nurses of the children hospital also came in to join the magical moment by cheering Emma. They were expressing how special Emma is while waving a magic wand around her.
Rachael is so happy to say that now finally Emma has been staying at home for the last 3 weeks and she loves it. Now that Emma’s health is improving, Rachael hopes to take the family to a Disneyland trip as Emma will be super excited to be there.
Rachael said some inspiring things for all the other parents whose children are going through difficult times. She said that just stay positive and add more to their happiness. It is essential to keep your head up while you are going through difficult situations like these.
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