Earlier this year, one 2-year-old won our hearts when he fist-bumped passengers as he walked down the aisle on a Southwest flight to Raleigh, North Carolina.
Now, another youngster's spreading smiles, making her way down a plane aisle in a video posted on the Love What Matters Instagram and Facebook accounts. The little passenger, rocking a ponytail with a bow, quietly walks down the aisle, reaching out her hand and saying hello to passengers. Of course, it puts a smile on their faces, and we're smiling right along with them.
The video has since been viewed nearly 300,000 times on Facebook alone, with people commenting with their own stories about spreading joy on a plane.
"We flew from [The United States] to Peru (and back) this last summer with our 15-month-old. It was going to be two flights as long as eight hours each ... I was so scared and stressed but our daughter walked [through] every airplane and every airport waving to everybody, smiling and just being a happy baby. She cried sometimes, yes ... but mostly she was happy and just herself, and I think everybody loved her. People were so kind, waving back to her, smiling, talking and just being patient!" one person shares.
Another person notes that these types of behaviors are ones we should all emulate.
"Oh my goodness so precious!" another adds. "What if we all addressed each other with such warm friendly greetings? What a different world it could be."