The father points first to a tattoo of a dragon and tells his son that it is from his favorite book, which his mother read to him many times when he was young. He shows the ‘Be kind’ tattoo on his wrist and tells his son that it’s something he learned from his father that he always wanted to remember.
The Ferris wheel on his arm reminds him of the day he met the ‘pretty girl’ who became his wife. He shows the tattoo from his time as a soldier in the Middle East and tells him how much he missed home.
Then the boy points to the small heart on his chest with numbers that represent the boy’s birthday. The boy tells his father that the heart is his favorite and the father agrees.