Krystal and Patrick Duhaney know how challenging being a new parent can be.
When they had their first child nearly nine years ago, it was difficult for them to buy essentials.
“We remember what it was like to be a new parent,” Crystal told Fox News. “We were struggling to achieve something positive and grounded as a young couple with a new child.”
That’s why Crystal and Patrick from Los Angeles County decided to pay upfront.
The couple, who have two children and a third on their way, left cash in several baby products at three Target stores in the Los Angeles area. In total, the pair hid $1,000.
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Crystal told Fox that she and Patrick recently noticed how expensive baby products are. So they decided “Do something to help the parents. especially during the pandemic
Krystal, founder of Milky Mama, a breastfeeding support company posted a video of their actions on Instagram last month.
Clip showing cash stuffing into a diaper box canned milk powder and breastmilk boxes
“Being a parent can be difficult!” Crystal captioned the video. “Before I founded @milkymamallc We always have trouble raising money, so Hubby and I went to several @target stores in Southern California and hid the money in baby items. We hope parents who buy these items have a brighter day when They found our gift.”
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Crystal told Fox, “We thought it would be fun if [parents] They can open up baby essentials and find little surprises that will hopefully brighten their day or brighten things up.
“Or if they don’t want Hopefully they will pay in advance,” Crystal added.
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However, this will not be the end of Duhaneys generosity.
Crystal said their goal was “Trying to do charity every month just to give back in some way.
“Showing your child that giving back is very important,” she said, “so we don’t know if we’re going to do the same. But we will do something similar in return for parents.”
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In addition to giving directly to parents The couple also hoped that they would be able to persuade others to show mercy as well.
Krystal said: “We just hope the people who see the video are inspired to do good. for neighbors or for friends to hope that we all have better days.”