Old Navy Employee Cares for Baby, Mom Shops


By: Customer’s Poet

Being a mother is not easy.

When it comes to infants, the term “me time” doesn’t exist. For one new mommy, it’s exactly what she got from unexpected place.

During a normal shopping trip, Danyale Peterson arrived at her local Old Navy, with her sleeping infant son Cole. Yet, his sleeping did not last as young Cole became hungry and wanted to eat.

As Cole’s cry became louder, Peterson made her way to the front of the store so she could leave. Little did she know, help was on the way. Old Navy employee, Lora Jackson stopped her and offered to hold the crying child while she ran out to the car.

“I hesitated at first quite naturally but accepted her help,…Before I even made it to the door, Cole had stopped crying. When I returned, he was still so calm and content. She was so in love with his scent.” Peterson posted on Facebook.

Jackson exchanged her typical 30 minute lunch break to care for baby Cole as Peterson finished her shopping. She feed him, comforted him, and even gave him kisses.


“She even walked around the store with him after he ate, talking to him and telling him that he could be a president or a teacher, whatever he chose to be, and kissing him softly on his cheeks and head! I was so amazed at her sincerity and love shown towards him, I could barely focus on my shopping.”

Once Peterson checked out, Jackson walked with Baby Cole and Peterson to their car. She stayed until the he was settled and finished loading the car.

“Said it was such a blessing to have been able to care for him while I shopped, and wished us safe travels back home. Kind is an understatement for what this woman did! And for the second day in a row I am reminded that not everyone sees color! Thank you Ms. Laura for allowing me to shop in peace today!”

If this did not melt your heart, I am not sure what would.

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