She’s only two years old, but Gracie Lutz is doing her part to show appreciation for the firefighters working to combat the Carr wildfires in Northern California. The little girl’s brothers, Kody and Colton, as well as her father, are among those dedicated firefighters working 24-hour shifts to get the blaze under control.
So when her big brother Kody finished a recent shift, he said he was “dying” for a burrito and that gave Gracie and her mom, Chelsea, an idea. They made dozens of breakfast burritos for the hard workers getting off the night shift.
Chelsea shared a video on Facebook of little Gracie passing out the burritos while wearing her little firefighter boots. It was a great morale boost for the tired firefighters and Gracie seems to enjoy it too. Next week, the mom and daughter are planning to serve up spaghetti dinners to the CalFire crew. Chelsea explains, “We just wanted to show our support for them.”
Source: CBS News
2-year-old Gracie hands out sandwiches to California firefighters battling the deadly Carr Fire. Gracie has two uncles and a grandfather helping to fight the raging wildfire. https://t.co/xaoyErZo1r #CarrFire pic.twitter.com/n2rWTmniBv— ABC News (@ABC) July 30, 2018