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Flight attendant interacting with baby in sign language melts hearts


The family was traveling on a Hawaiian Airlines plane with their son Luca.

A video showing a flight attendant communicating with a baby using American Sign Language (ASL) has gone viral on the internet. The clip on Instagram was posted by the baby’s parents, Callie and Leo, the video shows a flight attendant talking to the little one on board in ASL. The best part? Well, the child seems to understand ASL and is even trying to respond. The baby’s reaction is priceless and is currently winning hearts on the internet.

The family was traveling on a Hawaiian Airlines plane with their son Luca. The parents took to Instagram to thank the airlines and the stewardess for creating an inclusive environment. In the caption, they wrote, “As we were returning from our trip to Hawaii, our flight attendant saw us signing Luca… He then brought up Milo @milohighclub (another flight attendant), who told us that during his long flight time in the air he devoted that free time to learning ASL!!!The way Luca lights up when he sees people using signs is the best thing in the world!!And that’s why inclusion is important.

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Posted on November 28, the video has amassed over 5 million views on Instagram and garnered over 4 lakh likes and several comments. The internet loved the stewardess’ sweet gesture and even demanded that the man get a raise. One user commented, “This is so precious.” Another user wrote, “The fact that babies are babbling in signs is the cutest thing ever.”

“This stewardess is amazing!! beautiful time,” the third user commented. “I think I’ve watched this 20 times. It’s so heartwarming,” said the fourth.

“People like this are the reason why I always hope there are people who still feel called to their work,” the fifth user commented.

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