Two boys from San Francisco, California, found the cutest way to honor their parents’ 15th wedding anniversary.
Brenden and Jacqui Brown had planned to take a weekend trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, but when the novel coronavirus hit, their getaway was canceled. They were bummed, but their sons were determined to make them smile!
On the morning of their anniversary, 11-year-old Jayden and 9-year-old Jentzen got up early. They got dressed and headed to the dining room so they could transform it into a fancy restaurant. They even made a menu and handwritten cards!
Then they went to wake up Brenden and Jacqui.
“Your breakfast served by waiter Jentzen and made by cook Jayden,” Jentzen told them.
Sure enough, they were presented with heaping bowls of cereal. Brenden had a bite and proclaimed, “It could be the best Frosted Flakes I’ve ever had in my life.”
So maybe the food wasn’t exactly gourmet, but it’s the thought that counts!
Jacqui shared the adorable experience on Instagram, where the story quickly went viral.
“The most beautiful surprise from our two boys,” she wrote. “My heart bursts. We will never forget our 15th. They have made it so special.”
The creative brothers even provided some entertainment while they ate breakfast! Jayden serenaded the two of them with his guitar.
What a great reminder that we don’t need fancy things (or meals) to make our loved ones feel special. Way to go, Jentzen and Jayden!
Watch the sweet anniversary surprise in the video below, and don’t forget to share it with your friends. For more stories of joy and hope, check out the Coronavirus Good News Dashboard.
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