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TLC : More Cookies?

This afternoon I made a fruit shake for our merienda so it will be ready when the kids wakes up. The usual fruit shake I make consists of 2 fruits but this time I added two more plus yakult (probiotic drink) to make it more nutritious. 

Here's the finished fruit shake. A combination of apples, mangoes, bananas and papaya. 



Meanwhile, my kids having merienda and eating cookies they had a funny conversation or should I say monologue from LJ since A just utter indiscernible sounds at the moment. 

LJ : Aj's want cooties (cookies)? Here. Handed out A a piece of cookie. A was wiggling her hands of excitement. When A finished the whole cookie, LJ hurriedly grabbed the container and handed out A another one.
LJ : Moy (more)  cooties (cookies) Aj's? A dropped the cookie on the side of her chair. Oh no. Where? Oh here, dot (got) it. Then asked me if he can still give the cookie to her sisterMama, dity (dirty)?

I am happy that seeing my kids understand care for each other at an early age is priceless.

I would like to share a what happend early this morning while I was preparing our lunch. They were quietly playing inside the room and then I saw this:


Little A busy playing with lots of toys inside her bed. She seems to be enjoying fishing small objects under the big ones.

Then she flashed that smile showing off her teeth so that I won't get furious. 

Oh my kids, they know how to melt my ego.

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