Jessica Kitchel, Baby Chancy and Dallen Harrell. (Photo: @ jesskitchel / Instagram)
Dallen Harrell delivered a delivery to Jessica Kitchel, 36, in the Atlanta suburb of Roswell, and noticed a stork sign reading “It’s a boy” in the family’s yard. Kitchel and his family welcomed the new Chancy addition on November 14th. As a new dad himself, Harrell was moved to leave a message for the family on their Google Nest video doorbell, wishing them and their new addition well.
“If it was the ‘It’s a boy’ house that had the, I forget the name of the bird, I hope all is well with your newborn baby,” he said in the video shared by Kitchel on social networks. “I had a child around the same time as you, and I just hope everything is going well. God bless you, happy holidays.
The mother-of-two expressed her gratitude for the moment of kindness in her Instagram caption and promised that if she could track him down, she would pay him back with diapers for her little one. “It’s really easy to focus on what’s wrong with the staffing reserves right now, but it was good to remember that there are always great people working hard for us every day! ” she wrote. “I would really like to know his name, but I hope he comes back and if he does, diapers will be waiting for him!” @ups @lghtsknn. “
The video went viral shortly after Kitchel shared it on December 3, and before she knew it, UPS representatives contacted her to help put her in touch with Harrell five days after publication. Kitchel thanked Harrell by leaving him a thank you note and a care package full of diapers, wipes and a plush giraffe, then took it a step further by sharing his baby registry with his followers who did their best. to order items for himself, his fiancee, Taqueria Robinson-Davidson, and their son, Deveraux, born September 16.
“I just got out of my heart,” Harrell told the Washington Post of what inspired him to leave the message.
In a sweet turn of events, anonymous Samaritans sent several packages containing items from his Target and Buy Buy Baby registry lists to the UPS driver’s home. According to Harrell, he received up to 15 packages a day. “I can’t believe it all turned out this way,” he said. “When I left the comment at the door, I didn’t even expect to hear from them, and so many blessings followed. “
Harrell’s contributions haven’t gone unnoticed with UPS either – he was initially hired as a temporary seasonal driver, but due to his viral success he was offered and accepted a driver position on time. full in the company, with its own itinerary.
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