“Good job Bobby!”
My dad grew up in a family of all boys, he is the eldest of three. So often I’ve heard people compare my dad and uncles to the Kennedy boys: Jon, Peter, & Tim to John, Bobby, & Teddy. So much so that we’ve been incorporating the Kennedys in our everyday family speak, and I’m not sure who, but someone coined the phrase “Good job Bobby!” referring to the Kennedy brothers congratulating Bobby on a job well done. I think this all started when we used to be out on The Hopes sailboat on Lake Geneva (can any Heintzelman cousin help me with this origin?)
It doesn’t matter if we’re acknowledging a great batch of scrambled eggs or if you got a high scoring word in Scrabble, a “Good job Bobby!” always means a job well done in the Heintzelman family.