The 9-year-old girl, who lost her mother at an early age had to struggle with styling her hair. But her van driver gave her confidence and helped her.
It's true that real heroes are those who do what has to be done when it needs to be done. And some people are still here in the world proving this.
As this heartwarming story of a little girl comes up who lost her mother and the bus driver did her mother's job, it made us believe that true heroes still exist.
The story is of a 9-year-old girl, Isabelle Piere whose mother died of battling an illness. And this was a major setback to the little girl. She took much time to heal and get back to her normal life.
And obviously, no one can take a mother's place, not even a father. And the same happened with Isabelle. Although her father tried to do as much as he could, still he didn't know how to style her hair.
When her father tried to style Isabelle's hair, she would complain that her hair pulls. As she was also a little girl she couldn't understand her father's struggle too.
One day he got Isabelle cut her hair into a crew so it would no longer be an issue to handle for her father. But obviously, Isabelle was not happy with it neither was it an exemplar hairstyle for a girl.
Then after sometime when her hair grew back, Isabelle somehow learnt to tie her hair into a ponytail.
One day Isabelle came home from school in a lovely styled braid as her father described. And he got to know that Tracy, the bus driver was behind this cute gesture.
Isabelle told that she had seen Tracy help other girls in styling their hair. So she asked Tracy to help her too. And Tracy open-heartedly helped Isabelle knowing that the middle schooler has lost her mother and was struggling with styling her hair.
Tracy was a cancer survivor so her heart melted thinking of her own children and she helped Isabelle each morning to style her hair.
“We usually do two French braids first and once in a while she just wants one braid. I also taught her how to brush her hair". Tracy said in an interview with NBC nightly news.
This story of Tracy and Isabelle went viral and people are adoring the sweet gesture of Tracy to help and feel Isabelle's struggle. It has hit many people who witnessed this kindness.
This story truly restores our faith in humanity. Real heroes do anything to help others like Tracy went beyond her job to care for the little girl.
After losing her mother at nine years old, Isabella Pieri learned to get ready on her own, but had a hard time with her hair— bus driver Tracy Dean’s simple act of kindness gave Pieri new confidence. @LesterHoltNBC has the story. pic.twitter.com/FhuUwuYsHs— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) April 21, 2018