Thankful dad shares adorable photo of nurse getting son to sleep

Thankful dad shares adorable photo of nurse getting son to sleep

- A thankful father has praised a kind nurse for helping him put his son to sleep

- The baby had come out of a minor operation and was restless

- The health worker put the child on her back and calmed him immediately

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A man has praised a kind nurse for managing to put his son to sleep after he had an operation in hospital. The patient health worker was able to calm the little boy down after both parents failed to settle him.

Jon Harris took to the ‎#ImStaying Facebook group to share the story. He thanked Thuli Ndlovu who works at Netcare Linksfield Hospital for calming their child down and getting him to sleep. The young boy had been inconsolable for over an hour after going through minor surgery. The nurse was able to calm him down.

"Grateful to have such a kind nurse."
Thankful dad shares adorable photo of nurse getting son to sleep

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Social media users praised the dedicated health worker for going the extra mile to help the family. Facebook user Annette Stratfold said:

"Beautiful... the best ever remedy for the upbringing of our babies. Love this care. Well done to that amazing nurse."

Phumzile MakaZeh Dlamini said:

"Putting baby on your back is the best way to calm them. You will never go wrong with that."

Rina Botes said:

"You are a born nurse. You have love and empathy for other people. Proud of you!!!"

Liya Ntsika Soldat said:

"You will never go wrong with that technique, baby and your back have some kind of incredible connection."

Siphiwe Ngwenya said:

"Well done nurse Thuli, we really need good people like you in life."

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Hettie Fourie said:

"Well done!!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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