3 bags? A small child? Look, I'm not saying that Michael Irvin didn't have good intentions. It takes a hell of a guy to be selfless in - of all places - the airport. I just wish he had directed his chivalry literally anywhere else, because if this woman keeps finding athletes to play bellhop she will never learn how to become a more efficient traveler.
As if having a baby - that was undoubtedly on the verge of blood curdling screams - wasn't enough baggage. Nope, she also had to show up with more pieces of luggage than she has arms. I haven't even flown in the last month, but I know that baby's seat was without question within a two row radius of my hypothetical seat and I can already hear it's mother asking for help stuffing her obnoxiously oversized carry-on in the overhead compartment. Just the worst of the worst when it comes to fellow passengers. A lady that shows us to a place that is supposed to be every man/woman for themselves with - quite literally - more than she can handle. She wasn't acknowledging the existence of others when she was egregiously overpacking, but now she needs their help when it backfires completely?
You know how you learn from that selfish mistake? You helplessly drag all your crap through the entirety of the terminal while no one so much as looks you in the eye. You suffer through the anxiety and inconvenience that comes with flying all by yourself, and the next time you'll make sure you don't bog yourself down by bringing every single one of your belongings AND another human being whose life is completely dependent on you. I guess it's good to know that Michael Irvin has a heart but he definitely doesn't have any foresight, because now this broad is going to feel comfortable pulling the same "damsel in distress" routine on her return trip. This might look like the ultimate display of humanity, but Michael Irvin did this woman a disservice by allowing her to leave thinking the airport isn't a cutthroat establishment where compassion goes to die.