Little Sophia’s mother taught behavior in extreme situations to her older brother. But when the woman needed help, her daughter was the first to react.
The two-year-old girl saved her mother’s life with the help of Facebook.
Two-year-old Sophia Misen, who lives in Poole, Dorset, was not taken aback when her 28-year-old mother Samantha fainted in the kitchen.
The girl picked up her mother’s phone and pressed her finger against the sensor. She then opened Facebook Messenger, clicked on a picture of her grandmother, Debbie Baker, and was able to make a video call.
At that moment, the 50-year-old grandmother was about 255 kilometers from the scene, in Herfordshire. She answered the phone and asked Sophia where her mother was and what happened.
The girl replied that her mother felt bad, and then Debbie asked to turn the phone around and show Samantha. When Baker saw her face down on the floor, she called an ambulance.
Sophia, along with her four-year-old brother Ethan, found a blanket and pillow for their mother and waited for the doctors to arrive and take Samantha to the hospital.
The Daily Mirror reports that the boy was taken aback when he saw his mother fainting.
Samantha’s husband was not at home at that moment. And the children were alone with their mother in an unconscious state for about 45 minutes.
After Sofia made it clear what had happened, relatives who lived nearby came to look after the children.
It turned out that the woman lost consciousness due to dehydration and an intestinal infеction. Now, Samantha is completely healthy and is at home, but Sophia regularly checks on how she feels.
According to Samantha, she could not imagine that Sofia would come to her aid in such a situation, since she taught her elder brother how to behave in extreme situations.
“I rather expected help from Ethan, because we talked with him about what needs to be done. I couldn’t even think that Sophia remembered everything that I told her brother,” said Samantha.
She added that Sophia has always been a caring girl: she often hugged her mother, asked if she needed anything and happily looked after her younger brother Finley, who is now a year old.