What the little boss has been up to.
She went to school on Monday, but I received a call from her Teacher after her nap informing me she had a slight temperature of 37.6°C.
Fortunately I was working from home and didn't have any meeting at that time so I rushed to pick her up.
She was ok, no fever, but she had a cough and runny nose.
So we kept her at home on Tuesday and Wednesday.
This was #yesterdayre.
She was pestering her Ah-ah to tell her "what happened?" when they were looking at her photos. 😅
And then pestering her to let her sit on her lap while she worked on her university application. 😂
That was before I got home.
After I got home, I took over.
I wanted to take a shower so I asked her if it was ok that she played on her own.
She said to me, "OK Mummy, you go take shower!"
I thought, wah so understanding.
Two minutes later, I heard her wandering into the study room and asking her Ah-ah, who was back at the desk working, "Ah-ah, can I sit on your lap?" 😂
So she sat there probably inspecting her Ah-ah's application.
Before she slept last night, she went over to the study room to say goodnight and byebye to her Ah-ah.
And I heard her say the cutest thing to her Ah-ah:
Tomorrow, I play with you again ok?
Hahahaha I'm biased but this is so sweet.
Although, don't know who play with who. 😂
She was up early in the morning while I was in the bathroom so I asked her to look for Daddy.
When I came out she was lying beside her Daddy, on his pillow, making him talk through her animal friends.
Bubble fun with her favorite Auntie O (every other day she'd ask me, "Where is Auntie O?" 😂😁) and Wai-gong joined in the fun because she said, "I cannot catch the bubble!"
Caught by Ah-ah for emptying everything in her cot onto the mattress.
Hairdo by Daddy. 🙊🙊
I was getting her wiped down and changed for the night but she was still flipping around on the mattress.
She accidentally hit her hand against the bed frame so I asked her if it was painful.
She thought about it and said to me:
Actually it's painful, but don't need to see the doctor.
So I asked her, "So it's not that painful?"
"Yah. Actually it's not painful," She answered, matter-of-factly.
After I tucked her in bed, I said my usual good night and love you.
👶: I love you!
👧: Love you too!
Hahahaha she actually got it right.
So she has been saying Aishinemasu deliberately for the longest time.
👧: Aishiteru! 我爱你!
The week has been pretty tough and rough, but I'm thankful for family, friends, #babysitters, the hubs and the bubs, all the support and all the little moments like these.