Daughter cracks up as mom surprised her at bus stop dressed as unicorn

PHOTO: Dad Chris Scandridge filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison.PlayChris Scandridge
WATCH Mom surprises daughter at bus stop dressed as unicorn

A mom who met her daughter at the bus stop while dressed as a unicorn if getting lots of laughs on Facebook.

Last week, Chris Scandridge filmed his wife, Somer Scandridge, dance up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison.

Somer Scandridge arrived with her son Hudson, 4, and golden retriever, Lucy.

PHOTO: Dad Chris Scandridge of Texas, filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison. Chris Scandridge
Dad Chris Scandridge of Texas, filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison.

The video was viewed thousands of times after being shared by multiple media outlets.

"She told me the bus driver got on the loud speaker and told all the kids to look at the unicorn, and they all screamed with laughter," Somer Scandridge of Spring, Texas, told "Good Morning America."

PHOTO: Dad Chris Scandridge of Texas, filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison. Chris Scandridge
Dad Chris Scandridge of Texas, filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison.

"She got off the bus with the biggest grin on her face and ran full speed at me," she added. "Her laugh from that moment is something I’ll treasure forever."

PHOTO: Dad Chris Scandridge filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison. Chris Scandridge
Dad Chris Scandridge filmed last week as his wife Somer Scandridge danced up the block in her giant, pink costume to greet 6-year-old Madison.

In keeping their family tradition, Scandridge said, she, her husband, daughter and son all will be unicorns for Halloween this year -- and it was all Madison's idea.