- One new mom who was traveling from Seoul to San Francisco did her best to ease the discomfort level of her fellow travelers
- The unidentified mom handed out 200 goodie bags filled with earplugs, candy and a note
- One traveler called the goodie bag “very touching” but says he heard “not a peep from the kid”
Traveling with a newborn is never pleasant, not only for parents, but for the passengers who have to be on the flight with a crying baby. Well, one new mom who was traveling from Seoul to San Francisco with her four-month-old did her best to ease the discomfort level of her fellow travelers, and it isn’t going unnoticed.
An unidentified mom who was traveling on the 10-hour flight with her baby handed out 200 goodie bags filled with ear plugs, candy and a note from her child. “Today, I am going to the U.S. with my mom and grandma to see my aunt," the note read. "I'm a little bit nervous and scary (sic) because it's my first flight, 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."
Passenger David Corona shared pictures of the bag on social media called the gift “very touching,” but noted that it wasn’t necessary at all, especially since he heard “not a peep out of the kid.”