A stranger's act of kindness on airplane brings new mother to tears
Our faith in humanity is officially restored! New mom Rebekka Garvison was nervous to fly with her newborn, Rylee, but thankfully those worries subsided once she met Nyfesha Miller.
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The Michigan mom planned a trip to Fort Rucker, Alabama to surprise her husband, who is in the U.S. Army. Once the trip began, she could tell Rylee was not in the best of moods. In the Facebook post, Garvison explained that was trying to calm her daughter down when this kind stranger, Nyfesha Miller, asked if she could try comforting little Rylee.
"As soon as she had her, Rylee was looking out the window and stopped crying," Garvison wrote in her Facebook post. "When we got in the air she fell right asleep and slept in her lap the whole flight until we got to our gate."
Read Garvison's post here:
So adorable! Garvison made it Alabama and was reunited with her husband, with a soothed baby Rylee in tow. She tells HuffPost that her and Miller have been in touch daily now, and plan to get together again soon.
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