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flight attendants on Delta help a breastfeeding mom
Flying and breastfeeding with a baby can be real tough on a flight. A mom with triplets was flying out-of-town without her babies and had to pump to keep up her supply and you won’t believe what happened.
“If anyone deserves an unexpected upgrade to first class, it has to be Jenna Mde. The mother of triplets, flying without her babies, was struggling to pump breast milk while squished into an economy seat. That’s when Delta Airlines attendants swooped in, kindly shifting her to first-class for more space and privacy.”
Remember when Delta last year told a mom she had to pay $150 extra to carry on her breast milk? Well with the hype of breastfeeding in public in the media now a days I think Delta has realized that you have to be “kind” to these mom’s with babies. Jenna had said that the flight attendants upgrading her to first class was a great experience. They provided her with snacks and water to hydrate her. Things like this make you realize that there are still good people in this world.
Jenna thanked Delta and wrote :“I am incredibly grateful for the lengths these individuals took to make my role as momma much easier and impressed by the advocacy this company has provided for breastfeeding and pumping. Thank you, for making being away from my babies a bit more bearable!”
Glad that this mom of 3 babies got help from the attendants. I know how it is when pumping on the plane when my kids were babies. It is very uncomfortable and the space is so compact.
Information taken from: http://babyology.com.au/news/206799.html