Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

Flight Attendant Breastfeeds Passenger's Crying Baby

Flight Attendant Breastfeeds Passenger's Crying Baby

24-year-old air hostess Patrisha Organo has received several soul lifting messages from social media users after she offered to breastfeed a stranger's crying baby girl during a flight.

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"A cry that will make you want to do anything to help", she shared in a Facebook post on Wednesday.

"When the mother told me that she had no formula milk for the child, and I knew that there was none on board, I knew I had to help", she explained.

With no formula on board, Organo - who happens to be the mother of a almost one-year-old daughter herself - knew there was only one thing she could do: offer her own supply. "I felt a pinch in my heart", she wrote.

Organo told the line administrator on her flight of her intention to feed the child and was instantly encouraged. "And so I offered", Organo continued.

As per the World Health Organization, moms ought to assess their individual conditions when choosing if their infant requires breastmilk or another sustenance source, such as formula. "So special not only because I got qualified as an Evaluator but I got to help", she wrote. I thought to myself, there's only one thing I could offer and that's my own milk.

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Organo said there was no formula milk onboard, but she knew she had to do something.

'The helplessness you feel when you can not feed your hungry child is frightful, so I had to step in.

"But later on, just before I left, the mother sincerely thanked me for all of my help".

Patrisha, from Manila, was working on a 5.10am flight in the Philippines when she realised the child was hungry. "Thank you, Lord for the gift of mother's milk".

Patrisha, a self-proclaimed breastfeeding advocate, said she was happy to help because she knew the mother's predicament.

Perhaps understandably, Patrisha says that the mum was very grateful to her for feeding her little one and calming her down on the flight. For this selfless, generous act, she absolutely deserves all the praise coming her way.

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