Father Of Crying Baby On Flight Passes Out Candy And Earplugs To Other Passengers (Photo)

Father Of Crying Baby On Flight Passes Out Candy And Earplugs To Other Passengers (Photo)
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If you’ve ever flown before, chances are you’ve experienced some unruly passengers. While it’s easy to blame an adult in the situation, when it’s a crying baby, there’s simply nothing anyone can do.

That is, however, unless the baby is 16-week-old Cade, whose father passed out this awesome note, along with earplugs and some candy:

“Hi! My name is Cade, and I am only 16 weeks old! This is my first ride on a plane. I’d like to apologize in advance if my ears start to hurt or if I get scared or cry. Here are some ear plugs (and a little candy) just in case!

“I hope you have a great flight!”

If everyone treated traveling like this, flying would be a lot more bearable. Hats off to Cade’s awesome dad!

Top Photo Courtesy: Instagram

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