Desperate mom saved by kind lady in shop after kids have meltdown

Desperate mom saved by kind lady in shop after kids have meltdown

- A mother took to social media to share an inspiring story

- The mom, Rebecca Paterson, revealed she had a tough time with her young kids in a shop

- However, a kind woman offered to help her and she could get her shopping done

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A grateful mother, Rebecca Paterson, took to Facebook to praise a "wonderful woman" whom she identified as Tiffany.

According to Paterson's post - which she shared on the group Moms of Pearland, TX, both her two-year-old and two-month-old children were having meltdowns while she tried to do some shopping.

Briefly.co.za learned it got so bad that Paterson decided to put back the items she had with her so that the could go home.

However, Paterson was approached by a kind woman who offered to help her while she got the essentials she needed for that day.

Tiffany held Paterson's toddler while he calmed down and the grateful mother said she had "saved" her that day.

"I am so sleep deprived and was running on empty. A little kindness and understanding goes a long way," Patterson wrote in her post.

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Desperate mom saved by kind lady in shop after kids have meltdown

Photo credit: Rebecca Paterson.
Source: Facebook

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Social media users were inspired by the story and they praised both Tiffany and Paterson.

Danielle Michaud commented: "I needed this specific reminder desperately in this very moment— good people ARE everywhere. Thank you for that."
Dawn Nalbone-Ruhl added: "Such a wonderful mom moment ! No judgment ! Kudos to Tiffany and to you for not feeling offended and accepting Tiffany’s kindness."
Lauren Coleman-Cascio said: "And that’s all mums need a little support and kindness and no judge-a-roonies. What a lovely lady."
Sharon Carter wrote: "This is beautiful. We’re all in this together and kindness goes a very long way. Blessings to all."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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