We had just left the San Diego Zoo Safari Park when Grandma (Mommy’s Mommy) decided that after a morning in the California sun, frozen yogurt sounded like a good idea.
So we used the GPS on the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander to find a glorious place called The Golden Spoon, a franchise which has apparently been in existence since 1983.
I’ve learned that “pay by the ounce” frozen yogurt shops are indeed safe for me as a vegan, because they always have a sorbet option and fruit selections for my toppings.
We all were very pleased with our choices and it turned out that Grandma had made a good call in suggested we go out for frozen yogurt.
Your brother Jack wanted to eat outside so I took him out to the patio while you, Mommy, and Grandma remained on the sofa inside.
After Jack and I finished our treats, Jack wanted to come see what you were up to.
Fortunately, I took several pictures of what happened next, on both my phone and camera. It made me so proud and gracious as the dad of such precious children.
I captured the moment, as your brother hugged you and held you close. The look on your face clearly revealed how fascinated you are by him. You are truly amazed by your brother. And similarly, he loves to engage you in being cuddled up together.
It’s official: I have cuddlebugs for kids.
And this isn’t something that only happens occasionally. Instead, he does this daily with you.
But in that paramount moment, I felt required to send out an Instagram pretty much immediately, sharing, “Whole lot of love.”
It could have simply been a fun trip for frozen yogurt, but fortunately, I saw a heart-warming moment that I will never forget.