Laxmimoni : Every time Srila Prabhupada came to America he would always go to Dallas. He was very interested in the children and he would be very delightful with the children. Very often they would go to his room and he would give them cookies or he would give them rasagullas that were quite messy. He would hand them out one by one. I have a photograph of my three-year-old daughter, Yugalapriti, during one of these exchanges. She had gotten two cookies because she would get a cookie and then go to the end of the line and then go up again and go to the end of the line for a third time. In the photograph of her with Prabhupada, both are pointing at each other. She was asking for her third cookie and Prabhupada said, "This is your last cookie." Then Jagadish would introduce each child as they came up. As they came up he would introduce, "This is so and so the daughter or son of so and so." They were going on line to get whatever Prabhupada was giving out and Vaishnava, Bhagavan's son and my son, Nirmal Chandra, were on line goofing around. When Jagadish went forward he said, "Ok, this is my son", and they didn't pay attention. Although Prabhupada was holding out what he was giving they weren't conscious of it. He said, "Ah, just see. They are just like Jagai and Madhai." (laughs) But he was always very receptive to the children and would try to reciprocate with them. There are so many times that Prabhupada just gave cookies to the children and they just loved him being there.
Reference:Memories Anecdotes of a Modern Day Saint - Volume 4 by Siddhanta Dasa