So when Tinning heard about a local donation campaign for firefighters in Molalla and Colton, Oregon, he took Carver out shopping for groceries and other items that they thought the firefighters might have. need.
While in the shop, Carver’s eyes fixed on something in the toy aisle: a Baby Yoda doll.
Carver had a feeling that the firefighters would need the doll more than he did, so he shipped it in a package along with a note.
“Thank you, firefighters,”
A couple of days later, Tyler Eubanks, who runs the donation campaign, told Tinning how much all the firefighters loved Baby Yoda.
“These firefighters are putting their lives in danger,” Tinning told CNN. “To have some sunshine during such a dark time, I think it’s really special for them. He (Baby Yoda) is as cute as cocks too.”
“These firefighters are away from their children, their loved ones. This is a little friend who brings a little bit of normalcy to a crazy time,” said the proud grandmother.
May the force be with you, Carver.