73-Year-Old Woman Buys $120 Worth of Diapers for A New Mom at Walmart

We know how expensive it is to buy stuff for the babies. Clothes, food, even toys, everything is pricey. But of course, we can’t do anything about it because all we want is for our little ones to be healthy and happy.

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Katie Kanefke is a new mom who, like most other moms, buy things in bulk in hope of saving more money. She was in walmart buying diapers for her newborn when, upon checking them out, she was told that she could only get a price match on the first box and not the others. She was pretty disappointed and was ready to leave and buy somewhere else cheaper when Carol Flynn, The former state director for the March of Dimes charity, stepped in.

Credit: Katie Kanefke got four boxed of diapers for her four-month-old son Marcus

She overheard everything and can’t help but help Kanefke. Flynn then pay all the diapers amounting to $120 and Kanefke couldn’t help but say “Thank you” and “God bless” over and over again. She was in total shocked to say the least. Flynn only requested for her to do the same with others next time.

“I couldn’t believe it. I was shocked,” she said. “I kept saying thank you and God bless you…Then I walked out in the parking lot and started crying. It just hit me. It was an awesome statement of what God’s love does.”

The two ladies didn’t think that anyone was watching their little moment but the man in line behind them whose name is Jason Yoshino saw everything and decided to record it on his phone which he uploaded after. The video went viral commending the lady for the good deed she had done for the new mother.

What can you say of the generous act of Flynn? Will you do the same if you were also put in the same situation? Tell us your thoughts. Don’t forget to share this amazing story to your Facebook as well.
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