Patrisha Organo, an Air Hostess, was on an early-morning Tuesday flight in the Philippines. During the flight, she noticed a passenger’s baby crying very loudly after take off. To comfort the passenger, she approached the mother to analyse what was wrong. Surprisingly, the mother had run out of formula milk and she could not feed the baby. Her baby was crying for milk.
Meet Patrisha Organo – The Air Hostess
Realising the situation, The Air Hostess took it to herself and decided to breastfeed the nine month old girl. The name of the baby girl is Jade. Patricia, hailing from Manila is an advocate of breastfeeding and she couldn’t resist but help a hungry child.
Patrisha With Her Daughter And Husband
Patricia had been breastfeeding her child so she offered her own milk to hungry Jade. Patricia when asked about the incident said,
As soon as the baby started rooting and feeding from me, I saw the relief on the mother’s eyes and eventually her daughter fell asleep. I could only imagine the chaos of those feelings, but as a mother myself I knew the stress she would’ve been going through. The helplessness you feel when you cannot feed your hungry child is horrible, so I had to step in. She had been at the airport since the night before so had ran out of milk during the actual flight, which is what caused the baby to cry. As soon as I could help the baby and the mother I felt so happy – I cannot put into words how fulfilled I felt.
Patrisha With Her Child
The mother was very thankful and thanked Patricia for her timely help and valued it very much. Patricia took it to Facebook and posted a picture of her holding the baby with a well written message. Check it out down below.
Patrisha’s Facebook Post About Feeding Jade
I BREASTFED A STRANGER’S BABY INFLIGHTYesteday, I was scheduled for a check flight to be qualified as a Cabin Crew…
Humanity still does exist! It was very noble of her to do such a kind thing. She stepped right into action and helped a mother in trouble. We surely can appreciate such an act of selflessness and love. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments below. Also, did you know there’s a World Breastfeeding Week? If not, check here to know all about it.