Some mothers don’t like it when others say something about the way they care for their child. One more was in a supermarket when a stranger scolded her about her baby’s feet.
The mother, Suzie Skougard, took her daughter to the store one day to get a few essential items that were needed for the home. When one person said something about her child’s feet, she brushed it off. After two more people said something, she decided to do something.
One person asked the mother where the child’s shoes were as the child didn’t have any on while in the store. The child had kicked them off once she was placed in the cart.
A clerk in the store acted like she didn’t want to help the mother find an item that she needed. To make matters worse, a customer pushed Suzie out of the way while she was waiting in line to get checked out. The baby was beginning to fuss because it was close to her nap time, and the mother started to get a little frazzled.
A cashier tried to make things better. The baby has Down Syndrome, and the mother always wanted to know if her child would be like the cashier. The cashier told her that she has a big heart and proceeded to sign “I Love You” to the baby. This was the hope that the mother needed to get through the day.