Years Ago, Three Toddlers Fell in Love With a Garbage Man — Now They’re Back Together!

True friendship endures for a lifetime. Years pass, but the love remains constant. After four years apart, three Florida triplets reunited with their favorite garbage truck driver and picked off right where they left off.Tony Parker from the City of Orlando garbage collection would appear in front of the Wierenicz home for many years, and there would always be three nervous faces waiting for him.

A man is holding up a 3-year-old girl as her siblings watch from the ground.

However, his path was altered over time, and Olivia, Emma, and Axel Wierenicz all missed him. Carla Wierenicz, the children’s mother, released an old video of Tony running up and hugging her 3-year-old children on Instagram just for fun. After seeing the video, city officials arranged for Parker to make a special stop at the triplets’ residence so he could see his young pals again.

“Every day, they would come out, and if they missed me, their mother had to get in the car and circle the neighborhood until they found me,” Tony recalled. The triplets performed everything they used to do when they met Tony, just like old times. It was a fantastic experience for the now-7-year-olds, from jumping into the truck to blaring the horn. They even raced all the way to the end of the street.

A Tony Parker wearing a hat and talking about a memory, standing in front of his garbage truck

They also exchanged gifts for the important occasion. Tony brought them City of Orlando t-shirts and toy dump trucks. Tony received drawings that the triplets had spent the night creating for him.”I love it, and I’m going to hang it on my wall,” Tony said of their effort. Carla stated that Tony was grateful for the triplets’ praise and always enjoyed their interactions.

“He loved those kids so much, and the kids adored him; he was the kids’ hero,” she explained. The video explains everything. Tony has unquestionably become a longtime friend! While garbage collection is not a beautiful profession and involves collecting up unwanted stuff, Tony picked up something far more important along his route years ago.

A man is hugging three children.

“I picked up joy, happiness, and memories,” he explained. And what wonderful recollections they are. Share this story with a friend to remind them of the value of true friendship.

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