There was no formal milk on the plane.
A Philippine flight attendant is promised to go beyond her duty of encouragement to facilitate a crying baby on board. Patrisha Organo, 24, heard one of the cabin crew from the Philippine airlines to help an angry mother and her breast inexperienced baby along the way.
Organo heard an infant cry just after the plane took off and went to offer help to the mother. "Everything went smoothly after departure. I heard an infant's cry, a cry that would make you do anything to help," said TFT. She added, "I tried to tell her to feed her hungry children. Teary-eyed, she told me she ran out of formal milk," she was quoted in The Filipino Times.
Unfortunately, no formal milk on the plane meant to feed the hungry crying infant should not be possible. Organo also panicked, but decided to breastfed the passenger's baby himself. "I thought about myself, that's just one thing I can offer, and it's breastfeeding the baby itself. And then I offered, "Organo said.
The mother and her baby were assisted by the plane's line manager to the grand piano where Organo nursed the child until she fell asleep. "The child started to mess, she was so hungry. I escorted her back to her seat, and just before I left, my mother thanked her heartfelt thanks. Thank you, Lord for Mother's Gift, "added Organo.
Organo shared the story on Facebook and posted a photo of her who keeps the crying baby. The post went viral garnish over 96,000 likes, 3,700 comments and 1
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