The story took place about a month ago with Jessica Rudin, a mother of a 4-month-old and a 3-year-old.
This desperate woman was traveling by plane with her two daughters. She hadn’t fed the little one before boarding.
And the older one, Caroline, who was very excited about the upcoming adventure before entering the cabin,
suddenly changed her mind and started screaming that she didn’t want to go anywhere.
“I thought they were going to make us get off the plane,” Jessica said. But then a miracle happened: a neighbor named Todd came to the rescue.
First, he offered to hold the baby so that Rudin could tie her daughter.
Then he started talking to the girl so that her mother could calmly breastfeed the crying baby.
But the interaction between the Good Samaritan and the Rudin family didn’t end there.
Todd drew pictures with Caroline, watched movies with her, and asked her a million different questions.
Then he helped Jessica and the girls get off the plane, carried their luggage to the boarding gate
(Rudin was flying with the children with a layover), and walked hand in hand with the girl all the way.
Then it turned out that they also had a connecting flight, and Todd flew with them as well.
Furthermore, before the second flight, he even switched seats with other passengers to sit next to Jessica and her daughters.
Jessica wrote that she had never felt so much care and attention from someone who, in fact, shouldn’t have worried about her difficulties.
Todd told her that he had decided to help because his wife had once been in this situation too.
After the trip, Rudin managed to contact Todd. They decided to meet with their families and spend time together.