I had a spot of professional frustration and disappointment this past week. While doing my best to work through it without drowning myself in mint chip, I guess my family noticed. I was grocery shopping with Jellybean this past weekend and he saw a sale bin of flowers.
I could see him eyeing the flowers up and down. After a bit he looked up at me said “Mommy, can I get you these flowers? Because I love you so much and they will make you feel better.” It took all my strength not to cry my eyes out standing in the Dillons checkout lane. So I let him pick his favorite color and added them to my cart. No matter that I paid for my own flowers, I just picked up my big hearted four year old and hugged him as tight as he would let me.
I wish you all a good week and that someone loves you as much as Jellybean loves me!
What a compassionate little man you have. My eyes leaked.
Awwww what a little sweetie!
What a beautiful story. I’m sorry you are dealing with professional frustration, but so glad you have Jellybean in your life! That’s what is most important.
Melted my ❤️
Ooohhh….what a sweetheart! Thanks for sharing.
Awww what a wonderful little man you’re raising!
What a sweet nature he has.
Aw! That is so sweet! What a good kid to see that you are hurting and try to help 🙂 And they are lovely roses, too!
How cute, I only get sports kit to wash 🏈🏏 😜
kids always know
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