Nanay, namigay sa eroplano ng mahigit 200 lootbags na may candy at ear plugs sakaling umiyak ang kanyang anak at gumawa ng ingay

Ano nga kaya ang pakiramdam mo sa iyong first airplane flight? Malamang ay punong puno ka ng excitement na may pinaghalo ding kaba. Pero, paano pa kaya kung isang baby ang may first flight?

Ibinahagi ni Talal Masood sa kanyang social media account ang isang mommy na namimigay ng isang plastic na may ear plugs, at mga candies.

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Ipinakita din dito ang mga pictures ng candy at isang letter na tila galing kay baby na si
Junwoo na 4 months old.

Ayon sa letter, ibinigay daw nila ito para may maisuot sila sa tuwing iiyak o mag iingay man ito sa kanilang 10 hour flight papuntang U.S.

Kasama niyang lumipad ang kanyang lola at mommy para bisitahin ang kaniyang tita.

Napakagandang makita na punong puno ng konsiderasyon ang mga pamilyang ito at na appreciate din naman talaga ng mga netizens.

“I had an 8 hour flight with a crying baby behind me and instead of getting angry i gave the baby a lolly in hope to make him happy. Small gestures goes a long way. I believe in good karma 🤩

“I wouldn’t mind if the baby cries. I could probably help the mom get a break by holding the baby while she takes a nap. But I’m not changing nappies!”

“Ganiyan talaga sa Korea. Minsan pa nga yung mga nakatira sa apartment. Binibigyan rin nila ng mga ganiyan yung mga neighbour nila and yung nasa baba ng floor nila. Pagpapasensya ba sa ingay ng mga anak nila. 😂

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“I wish people would also be considerate with babies especially with the newborns
who are flying. Moms might have a hard time dealing with their new borns cry because of cabin pressure that hurts their ears so bad. Even some adults experience it too.

Imagine how painful would that be for a baby? And moms doing their best to calm their crying baby is quite agonizing considering other people in the flight. Lets try not to be rude. A little kindness and symphathy can go a long way of help.”

Credit: Talal Masood Facebook