The Wuhan coronavirus has forced Americans to rethink everyday occurrences, like visiting restaurants, going to the movies and even throwing birthday parties.
One soon-to-be five-year-old was supposed to have a birthday party but, because of the Wuhan coronavirus, things had to be canceled. In fact, one of her moms was being tested for a potential case of the virus.
Both of Rosie's moms took to Twitter to ask for users to wish her young girl a happy birthday by sharing pictures of their animals.
My fam & I are waiting for my #COVID19 test results. I have a special ask from our quarantine:— Lisa Factora-Borchers (@LFB27) March 16, 2020
Today 3/16 is my Rosie’s 5th birthday. She has talked abt this day for a YEAR! We cancelled her party & I’m hoping folks around the world can sweeten her day w dreamy words & wishes. pic.twitter.com/clxOU2RuaM
Twitter, I have a request. It’s my daughter, Rosie’s 5th birthday tomorrow. But my partner has a fever, so we have to self-quarantine for 2 weeks. Her party is cancelled and grandparents barred. Could you send her some pics of your dogs (or animals generally) to cheer her up?— Dr Sara Lodge (@LearNonsense) March 17, 2020
And the internet delivered. In fact, "Happy Birthday Rosie" trended on Twitter on Tuesday from so many people sharing their furbabies with the little girl.
Happy birthday, Rosie!! Bats is wearing her unicorn harness in your honor! ?? pic.twitter.com/9tPNxfaPCT— Professional Homebody (@claritywintery) March 17, 2020
Happy Birthday Rosie from Wiggy (Hedgewig) the Hedgehog... pic.twitter.com/icyjjlukka— Mike Keene (@Cowboys60) March 17, 2020
Happy birthday Rosie! This is Patch eating parsley on his birthday ?? pic.twitter.com/KFD4nyL9m2— Claire Cock-Starkey (@NonFictioness) March 17, 2020
Happy birthday Rosie! I’m sure you will have a great party with all your friends and family when this is over ?? pic.twitter.com/yq32alJ74E— toby (@tobygoodboi) March 17, 2020
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROSIE!— Lynn (@Lynn_CatsRule) March 17, 2020
From Daisy in Mississippi ?? pic.twitter.com/OXacku9LnG
Happy birthday special girl! That looks like a unicorn ?? that you are wearing! Meet my real life unicorn, he says “Happy Birthday Rosie!” pic.twitter.com/eyTt20ctTY— Kirby L. Wycoff, Psy.D., Ed.M., MPH., NCSP (@DrKirbyLWycoff) March 17, 2020
Happy Birthday, Rosie!