Cops step help working mum as babysitters while she works

Cops step help working mum as babysitters while she works

Single mother, Shantaphae Blakes found herself stuck without childcare and due to work a shift at a busy coffee place and unable to do anything but take baby Dilyann along to work at a cafe

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Shantaphae Blakes, single mum to baby, Dilyann, found herself stuck in a situation all too familiar to many working parents.

Briefly.co.za learned how she was unable to afford missing her shift, but didn't have a babysitter for the day.

So she called her boss to warn him that she would be bringing the baby with her and hoped for the best.

On arrival at work, her boss noticed she was looking stressed and scared, but the two managed to get through the first part of the shift until the rush began.

When all was about to fall apart, two guardian angels who happened to in the cafe stepped up to help the mum out.

According to a video shared on facebook, state trooper, Brad Marshall and his partner, babysat the toddler for over an hour while the rush subsided, proving that sometimes help can come from the most unexpected places.

It seems it does take a village to raise a child.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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