Monday was a day of preparation and travel for our Disney World adventure, thanks to the Quinn Madeleine Foundation. They grant wishes for terminally ill children under the age of three in honor of their daughter, who also had a leukodystrophy ❤️
As we have mentioned before, traveling with Tori now requires a lot more stuff. When our large suitcase was weighed, it was nine pounds overweight.
I explained to the woman what was in there and why we were traveling, and she did the following: she made an exception for our suitcase weight because of medical supplies, checked Tori’s breast milk for free, allowed us to be very first on the plane, AND they helped us carry everything to our seats!
THANK YOU, Allegiant, for making our flight with a terminally ill child so much easier!! ❤️
We used ÜBER to get to the resort and our driver was so kind. We really enjoyed visiting with him during the drive! (If you’re interested in trying ÜBER, use this code – 1MA3XUE – for a free ride!)
Tori traveled well (her 17th flight!) and fell asleep on the ride home. She stayed asleep even while we put her in pajamas! Tired girl.
My mom and Brennan’s Aunt Daun and Uncle Tony were waiting for us at the resort when we arrived, and we had a good visit in our condo.
The Quinn Madeleine Foundation thought of EVERYTHING for this trip! We knew most of what to expect beforehand, but we were surprised when we walked into our condo!
We discussed details for the next day – our first day at Disney World – and then headed to bed. 😄
This is the “biggest” thing on her bucket list and we can’t believe we are here!
We are so excited to experience this with Tori!