- A young lady recently took to Facebook to explain how her sister ended up babysitting a strangers kids
- According to the post, after visiting the salon she found that the hairdresser was planning on bringing her kids to work as she had no one to watch them
- Soon the two of them discussed having her sister watch the kids as she would be babysitting on the day anyway
A young lady recently shared a heartfelt post of how she helped a hairdresser by organising that her sister watch the hairdresser's kids while she was working. According to the post, the hairdresser was planning on bringing the kids to work when the kind customer made the arrangement.
"So Friday evening I did my hair in preparation for an event I was going to attend on Saturday *Covid regulations observed event.
"My sister offered to come to babysit my 3month old while I went out. But what the hairdresser shared with me as she did my hair touched me. She was going to take her two daughters to her salon while she worked because she didn't have someone to look after them. Since it's festive she's busier and leaves home at 7 am and returns at 10 pm.
"Long story short, my sister Nomonde Dyantyi, was babysitting three kids yesterday and today another mommy left her son. We're not able to offer much but we are able to give two mommies peace of mind that their kids are safe and entertained while they work hard for their families.
"Oh and she does the best hairstylesThat's why #Imstaying with the kids," she explained.
Stayers had this to say:
Tshego Kgoadigoadi said:
"This is South Africa I know and love!#ImStaying"
Keletso Quinchette said:
"You're awesome... angels"
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young South African man recently helped a stranded father and daughter experience their "ImStaying" moment. According to an ImStaying post made by the grateful daughter, Melissa Ellis she and her father experienced a broken tyre.
Soon they were forced to stop and sort out the issue but this meant buying a brand new tyre. Noticing that they were in need of assistance, a kind Debonairs worker, Sithandiwe, decided to offer Melissa's dad a ride to go and buy the new tyre.
"My dad and I were driving and all of a sudden his bakkie had some serious drag. Pulled into the nearest parking lot (Oribi Plaza, Port Shepstone) and my dad proceeded to loosen the wheel nuts.
"So Sithandiwe, one of the Debonairs employees, volunteered to drive my dad across the busy road to the tyre place, as we didn't have a spare tyre. He waited around until the new tyre was on the bakkie, even though his shift has ended. There was no hesitation on his part to help a fellow South African. For that reason, #ImStaying," Melissa explained.
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