5-Year-Old Sends Baby Yoda Toy to Firefighters in Oregon
No one can deny the cuteness of Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian on Disney+. At this point it's even fair to say that his cuteness is inspiring! Right now Baby Yoda is the source of inspiration for firefighters battling the wildfires in Oregon all thanks to a 5-year-old boy named Carver from Scappoose, Oregon.
Sasha Tinning took her 5-year-old grandson, Carver, shopping for supplies they could donate to firefighters. Baby Yoda caught Carver's attention and he knew right away this would brighten up anyone's day.
Carver and his grandmother dropped off Baby Yoda at a supply drive along with a letter to be tucked into Yoda's robe. "Thank you firefighters. Here is a friend for you in case you get lonely," the letter read.
Baby Yoda now has a very important role in fighting wildfires. He goes from wildfire to wildfire to cheering up and lifting the spirits of the emergency crews working around the clock. There has even been a Facebook page created called "Baby Yoda Fights Fires" to document all of Baby Yoda's journey and everyone who he's met along the way. "Baby Yoda is bringing the force to our firemen and woman to bring them strength," one post says.
Whooooo hoooo! Thank you Umpqua valley ambulance REMS!
Tinning told Fox News, she loves seeing these updates. “These ash-covered firefighters, just covered from head to foot, holding this Baby Yoda. Every one of those pictures just makes my heart warm.”
Well now I'm crying!
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