Struggling mom saved by fellow mommas, urges social media to step up

Struggling mom saved by fellow mommas, urges social media to step up

A young mother shared a heart-warming post via Facebook in which she thanked 3 women for their generous assistance at an airport and urged social media to pay it forward as well.

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Becca Kinsey was in the process of boarding a flight with her 2 children, aged 2 and 5.

While waiting in the queue to board, her 2 sons got restless and the baby, Wyatt, started to scream.

Kinsey was on the brink of tears but out of nowehere, a Good Samaritan popped up and she offered Kinsey her place in the line.

Kinsey was appreciative of the kind offer but now found herself struggling to cart all her belongings.

Then another mother noticed and offered her assistance as well as she carried most of the baggage.

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A relieved Kinsey boarded the flight but as she took her seat, Wyatt started screaming again.

After falling asleep, another woman approaches Kinsley and says, “You look like you need a break.”

She then proceeded to take Wyatt and hold him for the remainder of the flight.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Kinsey was blown away by the 3 random acts of kindness from 3 unrelated women.

She shared the uplifting story via Facebook and encouraged others to pay it forward by donating $5 towards the Kidd’s Kids foundation.

The charity organisation takes children with life-threatening conditions on trips to Disney World.

As a result of the kindness of 3 women, numerous children in need could soon have their dreams of seeing Disney World come true.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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