Phew. Taking care of baby tee-ter is hard work
During my confinement month at my parent's place, JE mentioned going home 'with Papa and Mummy. Baby tee-ter al-cho'. At least she didn't expect SE to be left behind!
So far, Jo Ern has been good with her "baby tee-ter", whom she calls "Chu Ern". I was in the bathroom last week and heard SE start to bawl. I was afraid she would wake JE up and hurried through my morning toilet. When I came out, JE HAD woken up. And gone over to SE, squatted beside her and was busy patting her tummy to comfort her. :)
I told JE that next time SE will play with her and she can teach SE to do things. Now when I bring SE over when she plays with her toys, she says "Chu Ern yoookk (look)! This one can turn" and "Chu Ern yoook! Put like this". I think this one might be a good big sister!