|Baby XJ and Baby - G|
Last Sunday, we went up to KL for a day trip to visit my ex-classmates. Both were staying in Puchong. The last time we met was during August 2010 for Baby-G's 1st Birthday party. I've blog about it over here.
This time, we managed to chat quite a lot comparing to the last time we met. Before the trip, I've discussed with hubby about the kids (who should follow who) and YX actually made the decisions for us. He said "Boy follow boy while girl follow girl". Hubby initially suggested that he will bring both kids but I was worried he might not be able to look after both, so I'd decided to bring either one. As per YX's suggestion, hubby took care of him while I took Baby-XJ to my friend's house.
|Baby XJ inside the 'jail' where Baby-G used to stay inside when her mummy is busy.|
But when we were in the car from Baby-G's house to another friend's house who had just given birth to her 2nd child, Baby XJ cried while mumbling "PAPA". I was unsure what happened but I guess, she was afraid of unfamiliar faces and surrounding. Her voice was so loud and I was trying real hard to calm her down. I hugged her so tightly and kept on saying positive words like "Mummy love you", "Mummy sayang" and etc. Finally, she quieted down and once we arrived at the newborn baby's house, Baby XJ cried again!
I quickly carry her to the cabinet where my friend kept all her children's soft toys and showed her while exclaiming "Wah, teddy bear, dog, doll" to distract her attentions. Then, my friend's father even took out a toy for Baby XJ's to play. With the toy in hand, baby managed to stay calm a little. Baby-G's mother even suggested me to try an old remedy which her mum tried on her before when she was still a child. Her mother went to the backstage to ask for some white rice eaten by those Chinese Opera. It was believe that by eating the rice of those performers, it will make a baby braver.
We were supposed to eat the Puchong famous 'yong tau fu' at Batu 14 which was planned earlier by Baby-G's mother, but looking at Baby XJ's bad mood, I decided not to eat with them. After visiting the newborn baby, I requested to meet up with hubby.
Once baby XJ saw hubby, she was all smiles again. She even talked non-stop.
Mummy-J, sorry for the spoilt plan. Hope we can meet up again soon and eat that famous 'yong tau fu'. I've yet to tell my MIL regarding the Chinese Opera remedy. I guess, will have to wait till 7th month (Ghost Month) than only have such performance !