As a working mother, the time that I spent with Little Prince and Little Princess is more limited than stay-at-home mothers. However, I cherish little moments.
My mother told me that I ate a lot of Cerelac when I was a baby, and Little Princess’ first solid food was Made-in-Malaysia Cerelac by Nestlé.
Little Princess’ first finger snack was Made-in-Switzerland Hipp organic baby biscuit ($7.5 + 15% off). However, I found that it is easily broken and I tasted some artificial taste.
On 20170608, after Little Princess’ continuous high-pitched callings and screams, I thought of giving her Made-in-Italy Heinz banana biscotti snack (I think it is more break-resistant than Hipps) and she quietly enjoyed herself, while I tried to simultaneously work and supervise her.
When she was 8 months old, we gave her Gerber graduates puff (blueberry flavor) but she still need to learn the pinching motion. Little Prince liked it a lot when he was a baby and we used the puff for capturing memorable photos of him chasing, smiling, and laughing.
In spring 2017, Little Prince and I co-slept; I told him to pray to say thank you for everything.
I am tremendously thankful for having a gentle Little Prince as a big brother. During our evening walk on 20170608, I suggested her to kiss his baby sister and he did it so gently thrice (I will remember the scene in my mind forever).
In spring 2017, Little Prince flew a lot and was courageous enough to request for visits to cockpits; he received No (it’s okay) and Yes (thank you very much). Since then, he was inspired to role play as a pilot.
Having Little Prince and Little Princess allowed me to learn, unlearn, and re-learn many things.