It always warms my heart to watch the two kids getting along so well with each other. Max loves looking at Ally in the car, we always catch him sneaking glances at her car seat during our journeys. On days that she’s off to grandma’s, he often looks at her empty car seat with a puzzled expression.
Ally loves bossing her little brother around, but she has endless patience for him and is the ever protective big sister. Last night we were playing with her wooden blocks, Max came over and knocked down her tower. Instead of getting angry with him, she just laughed. When I reprimanded him, she said to me “Mama, pork is just a baby , he doesn’t understand” wise words from my 2 year old.
The other day we took the kids to the airport and decided to let them try out the battery operated cars. They each had their own car but Max ended up sitting with Ally as he got scared by himself. She kept one arm around him all the time, they looked so cute together!
Ally’s gym is having their term break this week so we decided to pay a visit to a friend of mine in JB. We left fairly early in the morning and thankfully, traffic was smooth at both checkpoints. The kids had a fun time visiting with Aunty S & baby Niki.
Both babies had a nice long nap
The weather was nice and cool, both Ally and Max managed to take their naps at Aunty S’s house. Once they woke up, we decided to do a little window shopping in JB. We drove to Tebrau City and look what we found in Jusco.There was a small arcade and within that arcade they had a play structure for toddlers. It cost RM 3 for 20 min so we let Ally spend some time playing inside. There were only 2 other children in there so it felt like she had the whole place to herself. In the meantime, this was what Max was doing……
yup, asleep again
After a quick dinner, we headed back to Singapore, blessed once again with smooth traffic at the customs. When you’re stuck in a car with a baby and a toddler, smooth traffic is always a bonus.