What This Mother Did To Save Another Mother From Getting Kicked Off A Plane Will Melt Your Heart

“Women are born with endless jealousy for each other. They love bitching and judging one another. Silent cat fights are there even between best of friends. Why? Because that’s their nature. They are born with these traits.”

These myths about women are total bullcrap.

No one highlights the caring nature of women when they support and spread love.The sisterhood continues even to bind strangers in very big or small moments.

Love what matters is a Facebook page that brought up a perfect example of women love by sharing Mackenzie Murphie’s experience with a mother of twin babies.

Flying with a baby can be one hell of a task as a parent but imagine when you have twins, and the flight is packed. Even thinking about it can give you stress and anxiety, right?

Murphy begins that on a packed flight day, she saw a woman with twins who held her babies during the flight because her auto seats were taken at the gate. When the mother reached inside, she was immediately told by the attendant that she cannot sit with two babies in the flight or else she would have to leave.



After going through all the preparation including check-ins, security, and making your way through the airport carting, this was the rudest thing ever done to a mother with two infants. The attendant should have thought of how devastated the mother would have felt and the panic because of this as a separate issue.

But what followed up was a complete stranger offering to rescue her.

Murphy then continued recalling “A mother sitting in front of me, with permission from the other mother, volunteered to hold one of her babies for the entire flight,”. She stepped in to take this responsibility without any hesitation and what amazed me was she had a daughter herself too.

Honestly, I questioned myself as well, if I could have done the same? If I was alone, yes, of course, but along with my own child, unfortunately not. I might have argued with the attendant since that could have been the best from my side because I was already occupied.

But what Murphy witnessed was beautiful. The flight was supposed to be 45 minutes long, but the plane sat on the tarmac for 2.5 hours. During this time, the multitasking mother fed the other woman’s baby without a complaint.

“She then went on to hold him, sing him songs, and then he slept the entire flight without even a cry,” Murphy added.

And when her own daughter began to cry:

“This mom, so calmly, went on to explain to her young daughter that ‘Our job is to help other people. This mom is all by herself with no help, and really needs another mom to help.’”

“My heart still feels fuzzy. When you see people needing help, do the right thing and help them.” As Murphy advice this to us.

Indeed, it was a powerful lesson for all of us explaining the importance of helping others and empowering humanity despite the myths. Women and fellow humans, help, before you need help!

Amen to that!

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