Pass the tissue.

Andrew came in the room to ask me if I had change for a $10 bill. I asked him what he needed it for and he said he was going to buy a Hot Wheel from Ethan. I told him I didn’t have it. He went in the room and Ethan “sorry, man, I don’t have the change to buy it.” Ethan replied with this…

Ah, who am I kidding, bro, you can just have it!
I can’t even tell you how proud I was at that moment. Not only are they brothers, they are friends. I also couldn’t help but be proud of the fact that I’ve raised a boy who is so generous and kind.
I know, it’s probably to everyone else, but that one little moment means the world to me.

6 thoughts on “Pass the tissue.

  1. James

    I’m not even gonna act surprised cuz from everything I’ve read, your boys sound like they have the biggest hearts ever. Good job to you and Tony as parents!!

  2. Jennifer

    That is so sweet!
    And now I don’t feel so dweeby when I go “aaaaaaaawwwww, you’re so sweet!” when he offers his old (but totally not old) gameboy to a friend.
    I’m not so mushy when he offers me gross half-eaten food though. Bleh.

  3. Nina

    You have such good kids, unlike mine who are hellions. I doubt I’ll ever here one of mine say something like that. We’re still in the “she’s touching my stuff!!! Get her out of here!!!” stage. And she just grunts and says “mine!”

  4. Stacey

    Aww, too cute!
    If that was me when I was a kid, I would’ve beaten my little brother senseless for not having the money. 😉

  5. Tracey

    It may not mean alot to some but being a mother of 2 it means you are bringing them up right. They may have good hearts but it definitely is a reflection of their parentage!

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