Andy Robinson and his mom were out running errands at the grocery store when his day was turned upside down
Andy has cerebral palsy and sometimes has a hard time accomplishing simple tasks; However, he loves helping mom at the store.
"When Andy and I go grocery shopping, he always wants to push the cart until it gets too heavy for him, and he gets a little upset," Jeanie told Inside Edition. "At the checkout, he usually helps unless there's a line of people and we're kind of in a hurry, but he tries to do what he can."
Recently, while at WinCo the cashier invited him to give it a shot behind the register. "She offered to have him come behind the register," Jeanie said. "He was more than excited to bounce behind [the register] and couldn't contain his laughter."
Jeanie says she thanks the cashier for making her son feel so special. To her, it was more than just scanning items, it made her son feel included.
She says Andy is still “over the moon and back” about his experience.
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