Sunday, 28 May 2017

Lovely weekend, mostly due to Kai

Saturday began with a very pleasant Kai. There was no whining. There were lots of thanks and pleases. When he told me that he came into our room at night, saw Yang in our bed and went back to his own bed coz there was no space, like I had told him to, my heart went out to him. I suggested that perhaps I could put a mattress on the floor next to our bed so that he could sleep in our room. He was so pleased to hear that! He said this twice - that's such a good idea, thank you, I love you!

Such a pleasant start right?

After the PTC, I bought a wedge of organic Japanese pumpkin for Yu's lunch from Cold Storage and got some milk powder from NTUC - I choose where I shop based on availability and points :p Bumped into Mother at the lift lobby as she came to deliver some rice dumplings. Her lot this year looks much better but still yummy! But they could do with a little more meat and a little less rice... I had two for lunch :p I had part of two dumplings for breakfast - "part" coz they were so gross. I had a proper dumpling breakfast this morning :p

Anyway, I went for a scalp treatment next and rushed to pick the kids up. While the older boys lunched, I pumped. Kai helped to hold the pump on the right side when he was done with lunch! And then, Yu had a bit of his yummy pumpkin porridge. I couldn't help but wonder if he might like his first porridge at home better if N had followed my instructions to freeze the soaked rice first - she froze the rice alright, together with a lot of water *.* And that was despite both me and Mum telling her n times in both English and Bahasa! Whatever la..

Next was an adventure with Yu! I left a sleepy Kai and an unwillingly-to-sleep Yang, and hopped on a bus to town. My aim was to get some fluffy paint to make their socks non-slip. But we chanced upon a dinosaur exhibit!

The dinosaurs can move!!!


I want to bring the brothers there! I have until 11 June to do so...

Besides the fluffy paint, I also bought four big bottles of poster colours. Might as well stock up since I was there! The three primary colours plus white. Also got a Swiss roll and some wassants. Came home just in time to catch their tea time! But Yang didn't eat coz he vomited up a little when he coughed too much, poor thing...

Must take a picture with the jelly babies


We watched only one episode of cartoon before heading out to Star Vista. Sito was carrying Yu which left me quite free to interact with the older boys.

Pretending to collide on the train


Kai kept asking whether he could play with bubbles at every different part of the journey - when we got to the lift landing, when we got downstairs, when we crossed the road, when we got in the train station! It was finally time to play when we left the train station at Buona Vista, just before the covered walkway.

We forgot to bring the stick for Yang's bottle so we used Sito's Mi Band 2. So poor thing. I found it a little difficult but after a while, Yang managed to use it to blow lots of bubbles!

"I'm blowing bubbles!"


Kai's bottle had its stick attached to the cap


Chasing his bubbles


Even though Yang spilled some solution, he still had a lot left when he decided to stop. We kept the bottles for another day and went on for dinner. Kai asked for and almost finished his kiddy meal - really a big boy now :) Yang had to be bribed to eat some rice from my don.

The bribe - the boys can now share (almost) properly and they ate very quickly!


Yang decided to have a wassant after his shower. I let him since I was busy with Yu. Some time in the midst of our bedtime routine, I found him standing in the kitchen, looking at the bedroom. When I went near, I realised he had got himself another wassant!! I stopped him and sent him to bed. No snacking if you reject your dinner!

Had a little argument with Kai about when to put the mattress on our floor. Eventually, he agreed to Friday and Saturday - Sito and I thought it could be an incentive and serve as bonding opportunity too. So last night, I pulled in the mattress just before I slept. I woke in the early morning to find him all curled up there even though there was space on our bed; Yang didn't come in. Later, Kai said our room was so cosy. Glad you like it baby :)

This morning, Sito had an office bonding event - dragon boating! So N and I brought the kids to Chengzhu. Yang was standing with me when I sent Kai into his class. I wonder if that led to him being willing to go into his class without being asked! After Kai went in, we walked over to his class which was still being prepared. He peered into the room and opened it! Luckily, a teacher said they were just ready so he walked in. I was so pleasantly surprised!

Exploring mimosa on the way to Chengzhu


Went to Starbucks today. The queue was long and Yu started fussing. After paying, I sat down near the counter to nurse Yu, thinking my drink would take a bit of time and in any case, it could stay there for a while. But the lady behind me brought me my drink with a straw! It was so nice of her :) Later, I realised she was a fellow Chengzhu mum.

Went upstairs once Yu was done. He was fussing a little so I gave him a Baby Bite biscuit. He really wanted my drink though :p

"Let me have it directly now instead of two hours later!"


Can you see the last of his biscuit?


Sito joined us at Mum's place way past 1 pm. Then it was the usual. I was so tired when Yu woke from a short nap and started fussing. So glad to have had a little nap on the massage chair in the later afternoon. That was also when Yang was playing around with Mum's phone. He's quite a good photographer.

The grandparents with Yu - by Yang


He also took a photo of me napping. It was too unglam to share! :p They woke me with little punches to my belly.. Later, when Kai was keeping toys, I heard him reply to Mum in Chinese - 可以。Very simple. Very short. But to have him say Chinese voluntarily was great!! But it got better...

Kai had accumulated three strikes at one shot coz he disturbed Yu's sleep. So no video for him after showering today. So while Yang was watching YouTube, Kai volunteered to do some writing in his Chengzhu booklet as he wasn't there for the early part of the term. I was so pleased that when he saw 雨, he recognised it as part of his name :) We wrote quite a bit until 8 pm. Yang looked so tired so I got Sito to write with Kai while I brought Yang to bed. His fever was gone by then but he sweated so much that I had to change him. Hope he'll be fine soon.

Meeting the teachers

Today - actually yesterday now - was Parents Teachers Conference. I sent the kids in, went home for a short while before walking over with Sito.

We went to K1 first. And what a wonderful boy he is in class! Both teachers said he could go about the day's schedule very well, knowing when to shower, when to clean up etc. He's very motivated by competition - he wants to be the first to finish up so that he can have his choice of activity before nap time!

Academically wise, he knows all his letters and letter sounds. He can draw and write a short descriptive sentence. He's learning some maths. Chinese, um, can be better but he has shown improvement. In fact, he typically scored the most points in Chinese class. Ok, not quite fair comparing to ang moh kids! :p In terms of self care, he can also shower on his own, with supervision. But he can't wipe his poop yet - our next training target!

AFI? Need to listen more *.* But he's not particularly more emo compared to his peers.

Here's Sito in Kai's class - the upper floor of the other house


Lots of drawings have become rockets or aeroplanes or boats


I like this one coz I found passengers!


His yellow schoolbus


Ah, respect - do not push at the playground :p


Learning "this is a ..."


This is a great term for him coz he loves transportation! So he can say the names of various vehicles in Chinese too, which is amazing! But even more amazing - he can write!

I need to tell him that this 轮 is the same 轮 in 激战奇轮!


His teacher is also teaching him to write smaller characters :p His Chinese name has many strokes so he tends to write it quite big. He's also started writing the day's date in Chinese instead of using just roman numerals.

We spent a long time with Kai's teachers coz he's going into more academic stuff. Even his work has more worksheets than crafts now. But for Yang, we just chatted about his development. So we learnt today that his elder brother has spoilt the market for him - Kai could hold a pen very well very early while Yang is mostly still holding it with his fist but that is normal. It's also ok that he's not standing to pee yet! :p

Yang can also feed himself. I know but at home, he needs to be fed. I think I'd better start getting him to feed himself from next week. The sooner he can feed himself while with us, the easier it will be when we all head out.

Love his rainbow!


Funny face under a quilt


No wonder he was talking about zebra crossings this week!


He's been talking about traffic lights for some time now - red means stop!


Oh I also did some craft - making socks non-slip using Tulip fluffy paint!

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Yu's first fever

Yu had his first fever today, six plus weeks into infant care. Not bad le :p

I let Yu cry to sleep on Monday night while I stayed next to him. On Tuesday night, he woke to nurse and couldn't be put down. But after a little fussing, he went to sleep on his own, taking a pacifier instead of being rocked! Last night, he fussed and I didn't nurse him but he went back to sleep on his own! I was so happy about it until he woke just past midnight - fever *.* 37.7 in one ear and 38.5 in the other.

I pasted a fever patch on his forehead, saw that he didn't reach for it, and patted him down. We lost the patch towards the end of the night - found it at the foot of the bed!! - but his fever had gone down. In the early morning, he measured 37.5. By the time the clinic opened, his fever was gone.

But he was sneezing a lot! And every sneeze made my little baby a disgusting baby - mucous everywhere!

The clinic had a PD but I didn't want to spend $200 on something I could cure myself - I could have got medicine from the pharmacy but seeing that this was his first fever and I needed his child MC, I brought him to the clinic. We got a nice middle aged Japanese doctor who reassured me like a first-time mum. I brought along a bottle of paracetamol for her to indicate the correct dosage coz it was from his vaccination a few months ago - never opened and still far from expiry. She gave me something for the runny nose but it didn't seem to work until like eight hours later?! By bedtime, he didn't drip so much.

The bassinet is old and creaky now. But it was such a good buy for three kids to sleep in, lie in, sit up in. And for Yu in particular, we put him lying there to facilitate giving him vitamin C, and today, his medicine and fresh barley water!

Making noise with Sophie - I need to try that one day!


On normal work days, I can work the whole day and not be sleepy. But today, I was so sleepy at noon that I napped with him until he woke me up. After lunch, he was fussing quite a bit due to the runny nose - the fever did not return - so we took a walk!

Aimed at least five times coz he kept turning!


I wanted to go to Star Vista but decided on One North after glancing at the map - can check out Sito's work neighbourhood!

After some walking, Yu dozed off and I sat down for a drink. So nice :) Then I went to get some buns and cheese tarts for Kai and Yang on Saturday. I only realised it was Thursday today after paying for the stuff. The cheese tarts will keep but the buns! Shall just give them for breakfast tomorrow.

We had some fun at the bassinet, playing with toys, listening to Chinese nursery songs, drinking barley water, before he started to fuss again. So I showered him - I didn't think I would have to do it myself a second time this week!! Anyway, I showered again after settling everyone at 9 pm.

I managed to squeeze in quite a bit of work just now. But I missed a meeting this morning and I have another one tomorrow morning. Hope the fever stays away and the runny nose dries up!

Lose weight 001

Before the gym ball, when I rocked Yu to sleep around our room, he liked to stare at my belly binder which hangs on the outside of our wardrobe in the day. It was as if he knew a friend when he saw it - the belly binder is helping me recover my shape so he won't have to pay for it next time! :p

With Kai, I lost all the pregnancy weight and 2 kg when I went back to work. After I stopped breastfeeding, I gained 4 kg, i.e. net 2 kg. With Yang, I started on a higher base and didn't lose everything. Ended up at +7 kg from pre-kids. With Yu, well, I'm now +3 kg from pre-kids!

Gym ball is a great exercise! All that bouncing. But it wasn't enough. I was doing a back massage downstairs one day when a lady in the shop told me about her slimming treatment and showed me photos. I had wanted to do that at another place recommended by SSY but I could only do that after I stop breastfeeding - and I intend to carry on as long as I can - and it's eight sessions in a month at AMK. Very difficult. In the end, I went downstairs.

My first session was on 23 March. She massaged me a lot and used yi yang guang heat treatment on me. The heat and pain didn't go away after that. At first, I thought the remnant pain was from the heat treatment. But on 25 March, I did not have the heat treatment but it was still painful. Must be the massage...

10 bottles of ba guan instead of heat treatment!


That was my first ever cupping session! She gave me a light suction. I had almost no marks after that. Only a slight redness on the sides. She said my blood circulation was good. Did it in the third and fourth sessions too. For the fourth and last session, I also did cupping on my back, which developed a few red round marks but not too dark.

Sito thought my belly had gone down :) I was so happy! Now I bind my belly at home to complement the treatments. While my torso visibly slimmed down, my weight didn't move much at first. I don't care. Look good = great! :p

I wanted to do the limbs too. At the first session, she said no need. But at the second session, when I had to remove my skirt, she saw my no-thigh-gap thighs and thought I could do it if I wanted to *.* But I tried rubbing my arms and thighs her way and found it so painful!! I think I won't pay for pain *.* So I bought gua sha plates online! Shall do it myself!

The difficult thing is this is the diet - no carbs for dinner. Sito and I haven't had rice for dinner at home for a very long time, since before I was pregnant with Yu, I think. But on days when dinner is a one-dish meal, e.g. fried rice/noodles or Japanese curry rice, it means I have nothing to eat. So I've taken to eating hardboiled eggs - usually one is enough. But compared to other places I've heard, this diet is already very kind coz I am free to eat anything in the day. In moderation of course!

Fast forward to this week. With only gua sha at least three or four times a week and on-off belly binding coz it's hot, I dropped to 61 kg! More importantly, my pants started feeling loose since last week.  可以又瘦又舒服,真好!

Just as I was feeling happy about it, I ran after the kids today - and various bits of me started running independently too *.* Ok, still some way to go but knowing that I'm losing weight and inches is very motivating!

Sunday, 14 May 2017

A slightly different Mothers' Day

I don't celebrate Mothers' Day or what day very much. But today, I felt a little like the unseen mother in the picture below:


Source: Whatsapp circulation...

Kept my cool when Kai dissed the scrambled eggs he wanted early in the morning
After two consecutive nights of Yu staying awake for up to three hours, I was very happy that he slept better last night. When he last went down at about 5.45 am, I really wanted to sleep more with Yu. But they woke me at 6.30 am - I don't know how they had been up watching the clock! I just wanted them to eat breakfast on their own but... And then Kai didn't like "the sweet part" of the scrambled eggs, whatever that was coz I couldn't make it out.

Napped 25 min while Yu napped 30 min in my arms
It was very uncomfortable. I woke with a neck ache coz my whole head was tilted to my right to lean on the sofa. And I was drenched in sweat. Normal Sunday fare but boy, this baby is getting heavier!

Continued to carry Yu and even Yang though my back hurts so much
Yu was fussing a lot after his nap. Sito dozed off a bit before he left for home to prepare for his flight - oh ya, I'm a single mum until Thursday! So I carried him around. Then I couldn't take it and used the carrier. Just now, Yang asked me to carry him too.

Stayed strong
Yes, I don't celebrate Mothers' Day but it still hurt when, of all days, Kai said he didn't love me today coz I was so slow compared to N and Yang when crossing the road and he wanted to be fast. N said I was slow coz I was carrying Yu. But I was very honest with Kai that even if I didn't carry Yu, I couldn't run fast anyway! Kai looked at me for a second and said, "I love you now." I had to hold back tears.

Settled three kids for bedtime
Showering together with Yu without me having done a proper shower first was a first that I do not wish to repeat!

Nursing a cough through it all
It's been more than a week and my voice is still hoarse. The doctor was right - my throat inflammation has gone to my voice box. But the anti-inflammatory medicine is not suitable for breastfeeding. My phelgm has gone from clear to yellow in the past couple of days. If it doesn't clear up tomorrow, I might need a trip to the doctor again to get antibiotics.

~~~

I can't help but wonder how it was like for Mother, bringing three kids up without a maid. My father wasn't the hands-on type; he might not even be home much. Both grandmothers were working. I heard that MZ and I slept beautifully so I think that was how she went marketing - I recall waking up to no Mother in the house, sometimes feeling a bit scared. But we were definitely running all over the place too - I have memories of us standing and running on the sofas, hiding in the wardrobes among piles of clothes. No wonder there was a cane, and scoldings. Now I understand better though I don't necessarily agree with these. But I remember - I cannot understand the unforgivable curse.

Ah, all the complicated feelings on this day!

Another two eventful days in May

With Grams gone, we gather only during LNY, 清明 and their death anniversaries. I have missed 清明 for many years now coz I don't think the kids can take it - the heat, the incense and the long wait. Gramps' death anniversary falls on Vesak Day so we can always make it.

Compared to LNY, the boys were having lots of fun together. I tried to introduce their cousin - "she's nine!" - but Kai was like, I don't care! Oh well, lucky my boys make a company on their own!

They ate only Mother's fried noodles with chicken and cabbage, and rejected all sides. But I was pleasantly surprised to see them enjoy her agar agar! Now I'm motivated to learn it!! Maybe I should make a trip back this coming 端午节 to make rice dumplings and learn the agar agar!

Yang wanted to be carried


Since they ate so quickly, we decided to come back to nap instead of letting them nap there, which would be tough. But Yang either napped for 30 min or did not nap. I saw him playing with his toys outside just before I dozed off with Yu, as long as he was quiet... Then he came in, grabbed my phone and took 250 photos!!

This was one of his shots


He dozed off at about 5 pm in my lap while watching TV - so cute


We have been watching lots of 激战奇轮 lately. Sito projected it from the laptop to the TV but we realised that it's better to use audio output on the laptop than the TV if we want it soft but clear. Sito tried to find the toys but couldn't. The boys took to using their existing robot toys and medallions to play 激战奇轮 - I was very happy to see them find ways to play that! :)

The parents use Yu as a 奇轮人!!!


One of the boys' fave activities is to stick up their disintegrating Daiso swords with clear tape!


Lately, we've been utilising the many activity books at home too


Today at Chengzhu, we faced some resistance from Yang - he hid at the reception, refusing to go into the classroom. But when I told him there were new toys, he followed me! And after two seconds at the door, he put his marshmallows on the floor and started to remove his shoes - battle won without tears! I helped him to remove and left the room.

When the doors closed, I could see him sitting at one end. Later, he said that he didn't like the new toys. As for Kai, I saw him talking to the teacher and laughing. The teacher also reported to us that unlike some kids, Kai does not reject Chinese so we should not worry. So glad to hear that!

So we had a little date downstairs during the classes


We forgot to ask them if they missed us during the break but they didn't say a thing so I suppose... we can always go on dates now? :p We can even bring Yu to an activity if we're sick of the drinks there - there are so many activities for children in Rochester Mall!

My superman :)


This superman is in Bangkok now. (Kai: Then can we sleep in your bed tonight? *.*) After managing the kids during peak evening hours with just N and me in the past two weeks, I'm well poised to handle today!

Sito left this evening, which meant I had no one to help me shower Yu who can't stand to shower but is not big enough to sit upright in the bathtub and is too big to use the bath stand in the bath tub. So I did something which I never had to do before - shower both of us together! It wasn't the cleanest shower I'd had, obviously. One hand was always with Yu so there was a limit to what I could do with one other hand. Just prioritised areas to clean! The drying was quite alright as the room wasn't too cold, phew!

Other than that, it was already better compared to weekdays coz dinner was at Mum's place. At home, I would plonk Yu on his baby chair with a snack so that I could unsaddle myself and get changed etc; with some luck, his brothers might have finished half their dinner!

After showering, Kai and Yang had their weekly dose of YouTube (or TV on weekdays) while I settled Yu. Maybe half the time, Yu woke while I was settling his brothers, which meant I didn't get to finish settling them. But today, Yu stayed asleep. In fact, the three are all asleep now. When Yu woke n times a night,  it was just difficult to work - have to work at home coz I spend time pumping in office and leave early to fetch the kids - until Sito came home and helped out.

Watching TV with their milk


Some nights, the older boys refused to sleep. That usually happened when I had to leave them to settle Yu. They would be running around and I would nag them over the camera!

Yang refusing to sleep one night


But last night, Kai cried suddenly when I was in the room with him and Yang. He said he didn't like me coz I was "always strike, strike, strike, naughty naughty, naughty"! I felt so bad. Today, Sito and I discussed and brought in the plus to counter strikes! When he gave a treasured marshmallow to a classmate at the end of Chengzhu class today, we gave him a plus immediately. He was pleased :)

I think my eldest is a sensitive boy.

  1. Last Monday, I had to settle Yu and couldn't read them stories. When Sito came back before they fell asleep, Kai told him that there was "no story today because mama said she's busy taking care of baby DiDi. She's so tired."  
  2. A couple of evenings back, I told them how I used to outsource Yang to Y and N coz I was busy and reassured them that now, no matter how busy, I would also send them to bed myself. I don't think Yang understood much but Kai said, "Now he (points at Yang) loves you."
  3. This morning, Kai wanted to restart Moana coz we missed the beginning part due to a connection issue. I refused coz else we wouldn't finish it in time to leave for Chengzhu. But Yang somehow restarted Moana by himself while I was busy with Yu. So Kai came in to tell me about it, ending with a "he's so smart!" 
  4. And when he saw that Yang could snap his fingers on both hands, he went, "You can snap your fingers?!" I remember Kai could hardly snap his fingers as late as last year.

I remember being angry with Mother when I was at Kai's age. Sito reassured me that boys, unlike girls, wouldn't remember but I couldn't help feeling bad. I don't want the kids to remember me as a bad mama who's always scolding them. So I've been reading more on parenting - I don't miss a single parenting article on Facebook these days. I think I could do with some anger management; I've never scolded people so much until I have these little ones! Must remember that 孩子是生来疼的!

Friday, 12 May 2017

My first Mothers' Day with three :)

Ok, it isn't for another two days but we had the celebration in school today :)

But before the celebration, I had a little surprise when I sent Yu upstairs - there's a card from him to me!! Of course, the teachers did it but still, happy :)

On the door - mine is the one at the bottom right


A check-out photo of us and...


Cutouts of his hands! Ya, he loves me THIS MUCH :p


Then I went back to bake some sweet potato chips for the party. It's a Hawaiian theme so I dug out my floral tube dress from some 10 years ago. I like it a lot and meant to wear it during the last two pregnancies coz it's quite spacious but never had the chance to. Paired it with short tights in case I had to sit on the floor. Also dug out the necklace that Sito got me from Nicaragua.

Nice? :)


Well, my boys didn't think it was nice. Before we left for school, Yang looked at me - and I could see this huge question mark above his head - and asked me why I wasn't wearing clothes. I said I was! Then he pointed to my shoulders, "Put some clothes there! Mama shame shame!" Hoho!!

Later in school, Kai asked me why I was STILL not wearing clothes *.* I said I was wearing special clothes, and he went, "Like Moana?" What a lifesaver! Yes, like Moana!! Then his K2 friend chimed in, "You can see Moana's belly!" Um, ya, well, never mind!!

Kai took a selfie with me happily!


This was the first time I went to Kai's classroom at the second floor of the next house. It must be the neatest room of the centre!

While waiting for the activities to start, Kai introduced me to his "queen". What was that?! And the girl, V, turned around, grabbed his head and gave him a big squeeze! My chest felt a little tight right there... My baby is all grown up?! But well, she looks like a sweet girl...

Waiting for the music...


They prepared a performance for us! I didn't even hear Kai mention this! But when the music started, I realised why - it was a Chinese song. And while others were singing along as they danced, my boy's lips were tightly shut. It wasn't until the last chorus that he started singing a few words. When I asked him if he knew the song, he said no coz it was Chinese *.* Yet just now at bedtime, he sang it for me! He knows! I'm happy enough :)

Then he gave me a bracelet and told me how he made it :) When we were about to move to the next room for activities, we left to find Yang. He was putting cheese bits on ketchup on bread. He registered my presence but didn't express anything. I wondered if he felt bad when he didn't see me earlier :( I felt all the guilt I don't feel when I go to work :( I should have gone to his class first.

But he took a selfie with me!


And continued with his task


He waved a sweet potato chip at me coz he didn't like it


Can you see the dark long strips on the paper plate at the far end? Those purple things weren't popular with the N1A kids but back at K1/K2, they were being devoured!

I got a bracelet from Yang too, somewhere between all the snacks. Then he played a little with the flowers on it, looking a little shy. This boy always turns coy when he's not alone!

Yang continued to snack (see a bit of Kai behind us?)


Posing with his chocolate biscuit


And a Want Want senbei


Playing with the hoop he was afraid of just a moment ago


Hi Hannah!


Yup, that's Yang's Hannah. What a sweet little girl! I met Yu's Hannah this evening too - feisty little toddler of 13 months.

Kai was grouchy after he'd had the snacks coz it wasn't fun there. He wanted to go back to his class. But I couldn't leave Yang - Kai had already enjoyed many activities with me but poor Yang had not. So I stayed until after the gift presentation and group photo, which included Kai as well. Then Teacher Z distracted Yang while I made a quick getaway with Kai.

Back in Kai's class, we found some mums still hanging around. Kai found more snacks *.* I closed both eyes already by then! His friend was crying coz his mum came late and left early, said the teacher. When Kai asked me, I told him so and he asked his friend to his face if he was crying coz his mum went home early. His friend gave a sad yes but after that he got better and joined Kai instead of staying at the wall.

I told Kai that I would have to leave already. We had a little discussion about how he was happy when I was there. Then he said he would be happy when I wasn't there too. I said that's because he was brave and very independent. He caught the big word and asked for its meaning. How to explain independent to a kid?! I should go google it...

I left in moderately heavy rain to get to the next nearest NTUC - in Bishan! - to find Japanese curry roux so that the boys could have curry for dinner. Rushed a bit to get that and other groceries plus my lunch. Came back late to pump, shower and start work.

Presents from Kai


Presents from Yang - less two candies!


I just went back to read about Mothers' Day in the past few years. How they've grown! Now they will tell me they love me. In a few years' time, they may forget about Mothers' Day. I'm going to every celebration while they still want me!

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