When Adam Standiford\u2019s family got to Target recently, they found something that would make their shopping trip a whole lot easier. A shopping cart with a large seat on the front\u2014the perfect size for their daughter, Savannah, a six-year-old with special needs. It was a\u00a0Caroline\u2019s Cart, specially designed to help parents and caregivers shop with older kids or adults with special needs, without having to maneuver a cart and a wheelchair through the store at the same time. \u201cThis simple cart literally will change how we can shop, not having to worry as to how we are going to get into a store,\u201d said Adam in\u00a0this post\u00a0on our Facebook page. Target has been testing the award-winning carts in our stores since February of 2015, and many more of our guests (like\u00a0Brianne Fuller and her son, pictured above) have discovered them and\u00a0shared their appreciation\u00a0throughout social media. So much love, in fact, that they\u2019ve been asking when the carts will show up in more of our stores. Good news\u2014we\u2019re rolling Caroline\u2019s Cart out to Target stores nationwide! Beginning March 19, the vast majority of our stores (with the exception of a handful of our smallest stores where we don\u2019t have full-size carts) will have at least one Caroline\u2019s Cart, and many will have more, depending on their guests\u2019 needs. The cart has a fascinating history. It's named after Caroline, daughter of Drew Ann Long, an inventor and stay-at-home mom from Alabama. Drew Ann came up with the idea after realizing her daughter, a 7-year-old with Rett syndrome, would outgrow a standard shopping cart. So she and her husband David founded Parent Solution Group, LLC. in 2008, and partnered with Technibuilt to manufacture the carts for retailers to use worldwide. \u201cWe\u2019re thrilled that Target is our largest retail partner,\u201d says Drew Ann. \u201cWe hear from so many families asking specifically for the carts at Target because they love shopping there, so it\u2019s exciting to know thousands of families will now have an easier shopping experience." The idea to bring Caroline\u2019s Cart to the Bullseye? It came from our own Target family\u2014a team member with a child who has special needs suggested it to our Store Operations team. It was the start of a beautiful partnership. \u201cCaroline\u2019s Cart can be a game-changer for families, and we\u2019re excited to offer this for our guests across the country,\u201d says Juan Galarraga, senior vice president, Store Operations. \u201cTarget is always looking for new ways to make guests feel welcome in our stores and give them a more comfortable shopping experience. We\u2019re always listening to both our guests and team members and making changes based their feedback.\u201d Check out more ways Target makes\u00a0the shopping experience\u00a0easy, convenient and enjoyable for our guests. Does your family love shopping at Target? Snap a photo and share it using the hashtag #TargetRun. Don\u2019t miss out on the latest Target news and behind-the-scenes happenings!\u00a0Subscribe\u00a0to our bi weekly newsletter and get the top stories from A Bullseye View delivered straight to your inbox!