Flight Attendant Praised for Breastfeeding Stranger's Hungry Baby

Flight Attendant Praised for Breastfeeding Stranger's Hungry Baby

Flight Attendant Praised for Breastfeeding Stranger's Hungry Baby

Though breast milk may not be on the ordinary in-flight menu, this stewardess was more than happy to offer up some nourishment for an anxious mother and her crying infant.

As other passengers stared at the crying infant, Organo said she chose to assist the mother in the only way she knew how.

Even better, the flight qualified Organo to be a cabin crew evaluator. But flying without breast milk or formula on hand to satiate a hungry baby makes for an especially stressful situation.

"I knew that I could offer my own milk, as I had been breastfeeding my young child myself, so offered up my services". That's exactly what happened to one mom when she was aboard a flight recently.

The line administrator then led the baby's mother to a private area where Organo could feed the infant.

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"The helplessness you feel when you can not feed your hungry child is disgusting, so I had to step in", said the mum-of-one.

Organo, who has a baby herself, thought the crying coming from the cabin sounded like a hungry cry, so she approached the mom and asked if everything was OK.

She said: 'As soon as I heard the child's cry, I knew there had to be something that I could do to help.

The mother gratefully accepted and followed the flight attendants back to the galley where Organo fed the woman's baby for her.

Flight attendant Patrisha Organo with her daughter Jade.

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Organo, who has been a flight attendant with Philippine Airlines for four years, Yahoo Lifestyle reported, felt the need to help the desperate mother.

"Thank you, Lord, for the gift of mother's milk", she wrote. Patrisha Organo, Flight Attendant/Breastfeeding Advocate.

As of this writing, the post has garnered 108,000 likes and 21,023 shares.

She said: 'I could only imagine the chaos of those feelings, but as a mother myself I knew the stress she would've been going through.

Organo told the line administrator on her flight of her intention to feed the child and was instantly encouraged. For this selfless, generous act, she absolutely deserves all the praise coming her way.

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