A woman is suing Delta Airlines and a regional affiliate after she was removed from a flight from Burlington, Vermont, to New York because, she says, she was breast feeding on the plane. The airline, for its part, says she was not removed for breast feeding, but because she was asked to be a bit more discreet and use a blanket to cover herself and that she refused. Mostly I feel bad for Paul Skellon, a spokesman for the airline, whom I’ve met several times and used to do communications for Air New Zealand and is now answering questions about why his employer hates mothers. Ugh.
When it comes time for Mother’s Day everyone out there thinks of Mother’s Day candies or jewelry, and many moms have already gotten at least a couple Mother’s day gift baskets in their times. Sometimes though finding an idea online for an unusual Mother’s Day gift can make the holiday particularly memorable.