Having a newborn child is not the easiest thing in the world, especially for working parents who do not receive adequate maternity or paternity leave. A Subway employee elevated the bring-your-child-to-work day by strapping an infant to his chest while working. All day, a newborn child was attached to his hip, or rather, his chest. He drew a lot of attention as he put together people’s sandwiches while also bonding with the baby.
Two people decided to get a sandwich at their local Subway. They noticed the man behind the counter had a rather unusual bundle strapped to his chest when they arrived. He’d arrived at work that day wearing his infant child in a baby carrier that kept them both securely attached. While his child hung out with him, he was making sandwiches for customers. This type of parenting for infants, particularly premature babies, is known as Kangaroo caring, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
It is extremely effective at strengthening your bond with your child.The video was uploaded to TikTok and quickly went viral. Many people were captivated by the scene from a Subway, which, as a popular franchise, undoubtedly has stringent regulations. It sparked a discussion about the high expectations that working parents face when they have a newborn child.
The video was uploaded to TikTok and quickly went viral. Many people were captivated by the scene from a Subway, which, as a popular franchise, undoubtedly has stringent regulations. It sparked a discussion about the high expectations that working parents face when they have a newborn child. One commenter requested the Subway employee’s GoFundMe page in the comments section. “He needs help,” it stated.
The poster then responded, revealing that she was the infant’s mother and that the man in the TikTok video is a friend of hers who adores her son. “I’m the single mother.” “The guy in the Subway video is a friend/old coworker of mine who adores my son,” she explained.Despite the fact that the man was not the father of the child, the mother is no longer employed by Subway.
Many people continued to express their support for him strapping the child to his chest while working in the comments section. So many parents must be in this situation, having to leave their children at home with a stay-at-home mom, a nanny, or a daycare. The baby in the viral TikTok video appears to be content in his pouch. There was no indication that the baby was unhappy, and when babies are unhappy, they scream and cry.
There were a lot of people who wanted this to be normalized. “Can we normalize this?” asked someone. “There shouldn’t have to be a choice between taking care of the child and making money to care for the child.” “If I saw this on my local subway, I would not be bothered,” wrote another. “Occasionally, childcare falls through.”A fellow Subway employee expressed their approval in the comments. “You do whatever it takes to make a living.”
I have the utmost respect for this man; I work on the subway, and this guy belongs on Undercover Boss.”Then someone said, “I genuinely want to fight anyone who has a problem with this.” It is difficult to locate affordable//GOOD childcare. He is both a worker and a parent.” Finally, someone said, “Wish this was real, so many single moms can’t work because they have no one to watch their baby.”