- A young mom recently shared how a nurse helped soothe her baby with a sweet song
- In the post, she explains how the little baby had to get some blood samples taken, which caused him to become upset
- Facebookers loved the post, heading to the comment section to commend the nurse for being so passionate about his job
Passionate nurses are truly angels in human form. A young mom, Babalwa Mlandu, recently proved this to be true after she took to Facebook's ImStaying group to praise a young healthcare worker.
Babalwa shared a clip of the young man sweetly humming a song to the baby, who she explains was getting blood withdrawn for some tests. She also explained how the baby had initially been screaming but was soon soothed by the patient nurse.
"Today they wanted blood from my boy Milisa, he was screaming. The guy started to sing for him, he listened until the guy finished. I was so impressed, some people were called to what they do, for this #ImStaying," she wrote.
Meanwhile, touched Facebookers and Stayers loved the adorable short clip, heading to the comment section to thank the nurse for doing such a stellar job. Read a few of their comments below.
Elize Coetzee said:
"Ag cute! Both of them."
Margaux Schlebusch said:
"And this is what doctors should be!"
Briana Scott said:
"Ahhh poor baby. I am glad you had such and amazing doctor."
Charisa van Aswegen said:
"Doctors like this, we need people like this with our babies."
In more heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, having a good partner is amazing, and Facebook user Vannessa Govender can really attest to that. Recently Vannessa took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a lengthy and heartwarming appreciation post with her hubby, who she describes as an earth angel.
According to the post, her husband, Poovan Bruce Govender, is a very humble man who goes out of his way to help others - even if that means using the little he has to do so. In the post, she also mentions a number of the things her man has done which have left her completely in awe.
"He has done many good deeds over his life thus far. In fact I married him because on our first date he bought a piece of KFC for a stray cat. When I looked at his phone, he donated money to the blind dogs association every month."
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