Baby Jayne will start Nursery II only next year, so for the rest of this year, she still spends all her time at home. Yesterday after we sent Joey to her school bus, we brought Jayne out for lunch. It's a joy to spend time with this little baby of mine because she's all sweet and lovely. Without her partner-in-crime (someone whose name starts with J as well), Jayne is very obedient, so bringing her out is no hassle at all. And did I mention she is absolutely my favourite second kid? Definitely biased.
It was a short trip out to a nearby mall for a quick lunch, but we had a great time nevertheless. :)
When Baby Jayne starts school next year, Monday will truly be a rest day for me when both kids are in school. But I keep reminding myself to treasure the time that I can have with the little one now. When she starts schooling, and life becomes more complicated, things will not be the same as now. For now, she is just my baby and happy to be mine alone. Kids grow up so fast, it's scary. Yet, I can't wait for them to grow up. You know what I mean?
This smile always cheers me up and cheers me on. No wonder she's my favourite!
Not as if we don't have enough fries to go around and these two fellows got to share. =.= But agree, very sweet indeed (Totally staged).
So often, I feel thankful that through blogging, I've learnt to appreciate my kids a lot more. While they drive me crazy often with their unceasing noise levels, when I sit down at the end of the day and go through the photographs I've taken for the day, I can only remember how much laughter they've brought me that day. Mummy-amnesia is for real, and I suspect, a mechanism that God has so wisely put into mummies to get us through each day with a sound mind. =P