Couple With Twins Handed Out Candy, Earplugs, and Apology Notes on Plane
No one likes to have loud, crying babies on their flight, but sometimes parents of newborns need to get somewhere. So what can they do?
Parents of 14-week-old twin boys in San Francisco had to take a cross-country flight on Sunday, and they realized that people wouldn't be happy to see them. Their names weren't given.
So when they boarded, the parents handed out little bags of candy to the other people on the plane.
The bags also had a note supposedly 'written' by the baby boys. It said: "Hello! We're twin baby boys on our first flight, we'll try to be on our best behavior, but we'd like to apologize in advance, just in case we lose our cool."
And the parents also brought earplugs for everyone, just in case the boys got too loud.