ONE FOR THE BOOKS.
This is a chronology of photographs detailing what has transpired that one fun moment by the Lego car.
Brook, seemingly busy communing with a Lego figure. You will see a kid approaching.
The kid is so cute! I had to blur her face for obvious reasons.
Okay, feel free to jump in.
No one’s stopping you; neither us nor your parents. But Brook, being a little older can’t help but wonder as to why the kid randomly joined in while he’s still sitting on it.
The kid’s parents were apologizing as their daughter may have ruined Brook’s playtime but of course there were no apologies necessary. The kids seemed to have enjoyed playing together.
Perhaps she wanted a brother and Brook subliminally wishes for a sister.
Random acts of cuteness nowadays are rare because parents are cutthroat. I mean pandemic aside, I heard one parent from Brook’s daycare give instructions to her son not to allow any mommy to touch him like if someone finds him cute, he should say, “no touch.” I respect these rules but I miss those days when small cuts that happened while at the playground are considered accidents and NOT PERSONAL ATTACKS.
I miss the time when kids were children and moms weren’t prison guards.
The kid’s parents were friendly, they introduced themselves and just like we guessed, they’re Koreans. They also guessed as to what our nationality is, they said they were certain that we’re Southeast Asians but couldn’t figure exactly as to which ones.