- Publish Date
- Monday, 23 May 2016, 10:11AM
Watch the heart-warming moment two-year-old Isaac serenaded tired passengers with an impromptu sing-along to lift the mood after a 20 minute delay.
His mother Aimee told the Daily Mail: 'I'd just had three hours of corralling an energetic two-and-a-half-year-old in a crowded airport while pushing a stroller - that he refused to sit in - and carrying his car seat in a backpack.
'A 20 minute delay to board our flight pushed me over the edge. I was done.
'We boarded, buckled in and I prayed he'd fall asleep.
'My son sings constantly, so he started singing 'The Farmer in the Dell' softly to himself.
'To my surprise - and his - a person behind us started whistling the tune too.
'He looked behind him to see the mystery whistler, but she stopped. I told him to start singing again to see if the person would whistle with him.
'She did and that started a back and forth where he'd start the tune and she'd finish it.
'Soon the flight attendants got involved and told me I could unbuckle him so he could look behind him to find the whistler.
'It was a young woman two rows behind us.
'Jennifer, a flight attendant, requested another song, and he happily obliged with 'Twinkle, Twinkle' and an encore of 'Wheels on the Bus'.
'The entire plane applauded when he finished. He got an aeroplane pin and a chocolate as a thank you from the crew.
'I was grateful for the reminder that, while exhausting, these really are the best days.
'Plus to the amazing crew and passengers who cheered my little guy on in his first concert.'