Mother Of Baby Hands Out Goodies To Fellow Passengers On Airplane

Nobody likes being trapped on a cramped airplane with a screaming baby. Few things are worse than being stuck on a plane for hours listening to a baby scream and cry with no way to escape.

This makes taking a baby on an airplane stressful for parents, as they know going in that their fellow passengers are going to start moaning and groaning as soon as they walk on the plane. Knowing this, one young mother decided to hand out some gifts as a gesture of kindness just in case her baby should disturb the passengers and crew.

Last month, Dave Corona boarded a ten hour flight from Seoul, South Korea to San Francisco, U.S.A. Dave feared the worst when he noticed a mother board the flight with her four month-old baby, but then something happened that he was not expecting. The mother walked up and down the aisles of the plane handing out goodie bags full of Korean candies and earplugs along with a touching note.

The note stated:

Hello, I’m Junwoo and I’m 4 months old. Today I’m going to the U.S. with my mom and grandma to see my aunt. I’m a little bit nervous and scary because it’s my first flight in my life, which means that I may cry or make too much noise. I will try to go quietly, though I can’t make any promises. Please excuse me. So my mom prepared little goodie bags for you! It has some candies and earplugs. Please use it when it’s too noisy because of me. Enjoy your trip. Thank you. 🙂

Dave and his fellow passengers were very impressed by this gesture of kindness. Unbeknownst to the mother, Dave is a cameraman working for KGO-TV in San Francisco, and he posted the note and goodie bag to social media.

Dave’s post quickly went viral, and social media users asked if the passengers ended up needing to use the earplugs. It turns out that fellow passengers didn’t need the earplugs because the baby didn’t make a peep during the entire flight!

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