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Sean's parents Tanya and Brian said their son was upset that they had pulled him out of school early on the last day, so even when his mom offered to take him to play laser tag, he was less than enthused. But when Tanya said she had another option, Sean was not at all ready for what was going to come next.
"We got this in the mail today," Tanya says, as she hands Sean a box to open.
Inside were four Disney MagicBands.
Sean's jaw drops and he barely gets out an excited squeak before he begins to tear up. Without saying a word, he jumps out of his seat to give his mom a hug.
"My son's reaction shows how sweet and appreciative of a boy he is," Brian Curtin said.
As if the news could get any better, Sean is left clutching his chest and gasping with excitement when his mom tells him that they're going for an entire week and staying inside the park.
Tanya and Brian say they saved for a year and kept it a secret to make the once-in-a-lifetime trip an even more special surprise for their kids.
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