Mother is looking for a mysterious grieving couple that their daughter an & # 39; invaluable & # 39; has given a gold ring
Mother searches for mysterious grieving couple that their daughter is an & # 39; inestimable & # 39; gave gold ring at Disney because they & # 39; cute & # 39; is like their child died
- The couple was in the park one year after the daughter's Make-a-Wish journey
- Kara Geiselman has placed a public call online to find the mystery pair
- Her daughter, Belle, had faced death with her own brush when she was born 10 weeks early
Belle, who held the precious moment, was gifted by a grieving couple traveling to Disneyland and marked a year since their daughter's Make-a-Wish trip to the theme park
An American mother of four is looking for the grieving couple who gave their young daughter a precious moment of their own little girl during a chance encounter at Disneyland.
The couple was in the Halloween theme park on the occasion of the annual anniversary of their daughter's Make-a-Wish trip when they met Kara Geiselman's young daughter, Belle, who they thought was cute like theirs. little girl & # 39 ;.
This month, Geiselman shared the bittersweet story behind the & # 39; inestimable & # 39; gift that the mystery couple gave her daughter, alongside a plea to find them.
The Massachusetts mother was with her husband and three other young children on a & # 39; magical journey & # 39; at Disney during Halloween.
After an early start on the second day, Mrs. Geiselman said that they were all enjoying a snack break when her daughter Belle met the couple at the Hollywood Studios.
When her husband, Kyle Geiselman, apologized, the couple responded by asking if Belle, who turned five on Tuesday, loved gold.
& # 39; Confused, Kyle said yes. She then asked if they could give Belle something. Kyle said of course, & Mrs. Geiselman said.
Kara Geiselman shared a message about the bittersweet encounter at Disneyland hoping to track down the couple
She said the couple then explained how they were at Hollywood Studios on the occasion of their daughter's one-year anniversary trip – made possible by Make-a-Wish, a charity granting children with critical illnesses their special wishes.
& # 39; During their first trip, they had bought two gold Mickey Mouse rings, one for their daughter and a gift for a child who, in their words, & # 39; was cute like their little girl & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Because they didn't believe they chose our daughter to commemorate their daughter, Kyle had no words left. & # 39;
Mrs. Geisleman said that her husband felt compelled to talk to them and say how sorry he was for their "insurmountable loss", but at the moment only thanks came.
Taken a family portrait when Belle and her twin Milly were still babies. The twins were born early after 30 weeks due to a complication that saw an uneven blood flow distributed between the two sisters
She said the gift was more precious than the grieving couple could have known, given that they had suffered almost the same loss when Belle, a twin, was born prematurely.
In an interview with NBC 10 from Rhode Island, Mr. Geisleman explained how Belle was born after 30 weeks and five days early due to a complication known as twin-to-twin syndrome.
Due to an uneven blood supply caused by the condition where her twins, Milly, got more of the blood supply in the womb, he said that Belle came to look & feel like a spirit.
& # 39; Both needed help breathing early on. They started to get better, but she grew faster than her lungs developed, so her condition actually got better and then got worse. & # 39;
Belle spent a total of 126 days in a neonatal intensive care unit to stabilize her breathing and learn to feed.
Mrs. Geisleman said: & The fact that they have chosen Belle without knowing that she is struggling in her life brings tears to my eyes. & # 39;
She said the unknown couple did not know that this journey also meant a special milestone in their family's life.
& # 39; We were back where our daughter surprised us all and started eating for the first time at the age of 18 months. This trip was the first time she traveled to Disney without needing a food feeding probe or an oxygen mask on the flight
& # 39; This little golden Mickey Mouse ring will forever be kept as an invaluable gift and will always be cherished. & # 39;
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