Brittany Moore and her son, Ethan, were enjoying bubbles in their backyard when the bubbles drifted toward the family's fence line. Ethan and the dogs chased them like they normally would, but something in the woods caught little Ethan's eyes.
She couldn't see anything at first, but then crouched down and looked from her son's vantage point. It was then that she could see, through some of the broken sticks, a woman in the woods who was 82-year-old Nina Lipscomb who was alive but disoriented.
Nina’s daughter said her mom has early onset Alzheimer's and wandered from a nearby home where she was visiting family last Monday, looking for her sister.
Nina and her family got to meet little Ethan, the toddler they said likely saved her life. Two families forever connected because a little boy wanted to play with bubbles.