CARMEL, Indiana -- We know how hard it can be to get dinner ready for three young children all by yourself, so we totally understand Julie Watson’s decision to take her boys out for dinner at Steak ‘n Shake.
“I was not in my comfort zone trying to wrangle all 3 on my own, especially after the twins did not nap today, but it was worth not having to cook to get out of the house,” Watson wrote on her Facebook. “Then I met an angel on earth, our waitress, Brandy.”
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During dinner, Watson’s four-year-old Jack said he needed to go to the bathroom “the baddest he has ever, ever ever, ever had to go…(And to zero surprise to me he barely peed an ounce).”
That’s when Brandy sprang into action, offering to sit with the twins so Watson could go to the restroom with Jack.
Watson returned to the table to find Brandy and the boys high-fiving and laughing.
“We were giving each other high fives, we were giggling. One is making the ‘Boom’ sound when we gave high fives and they thought it was hilarious,” Brandy said in a WTHR-13 online article.
All of a sudden the restaurant’s lights shut off and tornado sirens wailed. At that moment, storms in Hamilton Country had prompted tornado warnings, and diners were moved to the manager’s office.
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Brandy scooped up one of the boys and helped entertain the trio until the storms had passed. But Brandy’s kindness didn’t stop there. After the family returned to their table, she replaced their cold dinners with fresh new meals and even a milkshake.
“It’s not that I was thinking as a waitress. At that point, I was thinking as a mother,” Brandy said in the online WTHR-13 piece. “If this goes viral, take me on Ellen with you.”
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