One random day I was at my mothership (Target) with my daughter. She was still a baby, but old enough where she sat in her car seat and not the infant carrier and I had had enough practice with her that getting in and out of the car was seamless for me. Anyway, this day I didnt need much so I forewent the cart and just took my stroller in. On the way out I dont know what I was thinking, but I totally went against my routine and decided to take the baby out of the stroller and put the stroller away while I was holding her. Needless to say I was struggling. All of a sudden a young boy, maybe 17 came up and grabbed the stroller, folded it up and put it in my trunk for me. All the while I protested, not wanting to be "weak" and admit that at that point I didnt have myself "together". He just looked at me and smiled. I said thank you and he said the normal teenage boy "no problem" complete with the shoulder shrug. My daughter is 5 now, but everytime I go into that parking lot I think about that boy and how unexpected he was. With teenagers I always expect them to be self-absorbed and kind of mean, but this boy was the total opposite. I hope good things befell him that day for helping out a total stranger. The worst part was, I bet he never told his mother what he did that day robbing her of the pride of having raised a really genuinely nice kid.