Air hostess saves the day by offering to breastfeed passenger’s baby

Air hostess saves the day by offering to breastfeed passenger’s baby

A Philippine Airlines air hostess became an instant hero when she offered to breastfeed a passenger’s crying infant.

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Amid a trip on November 6, Patrisha Organo heard an infant crying in the lodge and moved toward the mother of the youngster, proposing she feed her child.

The mother said she had come up short on her baby formula.

Organo offered to breastfeed the child herself as she was aware there was no formula supplies on board.

In a later Facebook post depicting the occasion, Organo composed that she "saw the relief on her mother's eyes" when the infant began to drink.

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The baby quieted down and nodded off during the feed, making the mother express gratitude toward Organo.

Organo received massive support for her demonstration in the wake of sharing her story on Facebook and in excess of 22,000 individuals shared her post. Facebook users likewise reacted with remarks adulating the flight chaperon's demonstration.

Donated breastmilk can be safe for babies.

As per the World Health Organization, moms ought to assess their individual conditions when choosing if their infant requires breastmilk or another sustenance source, such as formula.

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