As a kid, you probably dreamed of running into your favourite toy store and being able to grab all the toys you wanted–for free. Now you can live out that fantasy by watching one very special B.C. girl do just that.
Eleven-year-old Emerline Custodio has spent years undergoing invasive treatments for a rare autoimmune disease, according to CTV News. Earlier this week, Emerline got to go on a glorious three minute no holds barred shopping spree at her local Toys “R” Us thanks to the Starlight Children’s Foundation and Toys “R” Us.
The happy young girl was given not one, not two, but three shopping carts to fill with as many toys as she wanted in a three minute span. Emerline and her family grabbed cameras, a karaoke machine and a telescope, among other things.
It’s just heartwarming to watch her face light up as she races through the aisles trying to decide what exactly she wants to take home. Take a look at the adorable video above and get ready to beam with joy.