everyday with my son

Small stories of how it all went along

The one with Jollibee

Your Tita brought you to a Jolibee party few days ago. Mum and I are waiting for you at the big grocery near it.

You are fond of Jolibee and have been a fan since your were still a baby. Jollibee is the first fastfood and mascot you recognized. Not that we eat there everyday, but maybe, because when we do you were always allowed to have fun at the playarea and that always made you happy.

So, you were at the party and your Tita often SMS your Mum to update us about you. We were informed, that minutes after you arrived, you comforatbly acted like it was your party. You did your little jumps, trot, sprint and owned the stage like it was your personal space. If a stranger will walk in the room, he/she will assume that you are the celebrant based on your boundless energy.

From across the room, you saw a kid with Lighting McQueen shirt, and since you are a big fan, you aprroached the kid and played with him and his friend. They started out quite reserved in the corner and when you “recruited” them they instantly followed your wild antics and ran back-and-forth with you.

And then, the big moment happened, Jollibee arrived. At this time, your mouth is almost frothing from happiness. You were videoed jumping, clapping and shouting when you saw Jolibee. Other kids just watched with their mums or happy bouncing ballons or maybe still eating but you were there in the middle asking Jollibee for “Hi-fives”.

After a while, Jollibee has to say goodbye. When you heard about it you reacted sadly. You cried and dont want Jollibee to leave. It was a really loud and endless howl. When we picked you up, maybe 15 minutes after, you were still crying. Jollibee leaving the party was tough on you and took you a few minutes to recover.

Overall, it was one great day for you (minus the farewell to Jollibee part) and you showed us all how friendly and sunny baby you are.


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2 thoughts on “The one with Jollibee

  1. Ohohoho! I’d probably cry too. Haha. Everybody loves Jollibee!
    But thanks for sharing this post; reminds me how kids are so easy to please. šŸ™‚

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