Disneyland is often called "the happiest place on earth," and for young Jackson Coley it certainly was.
The internet has become obsessed with the heart-warming video of young "Jack Jack" meeting Snow White for the first time.
While on a family trip to Walt Disney World in November, Amanda Coley kept a close eye on her non-verbal son Jackson, who seemed uninterested in the magical world initially.
"He pretty much ignored [all of the characters]," his mother told CBS News, "He wasn't super fearful or nervous; he just didn't have any interest."
"To us he’s very loveable, he’s always been extremely happy, but when it comes to other people, he’s just very shy," she explained to Inside Edition, "If he’s scared of someone he cries. But otherwise, if he doesn’t know someone, he ignores them."
However Jack Jack, who was officially diagnosed with autism just two weeks after the visit, immediately cuddled up to "Snow White." He was smiling and laughing with the princess, who returned his affection with a happy smile and plenty of cuddles.
"Those are things we never get to see him do with anybody but us," Amanda explained to Inside Edition, "It gave me hope there watching that he will have the ability to warm up to people someday."
Jack Jack, who was dressed as Pinocchio, still asks to see the clip today, asking for "more" when it's over. See the adorable video below...
Since the video garnered attention, Amanda has taken the opportunity to thank "Snow White" for the day, "I would just love for her to know how much this actually meant to us. I really appreciate how she took that time with him and didn't rush him away. We've been in tears so many times just watching it and thinking about it. It's something we'll never forget."