Me: Sis!! *gasps at what Jaydon whispered and smirks* *whispers back* I like your thinking! But let’s not wait! The coffee is being made right now, so we have plenty of time to tickle her *looks back up at you and clears my throat* I.. need to have a word with your boys for a minute. Yes? Thank you! *gently cradles Russell and forms a team huddle with Jaydon and David* Ok, on the count of 3, we attack your mama with tickles until she admits she’s best mom in the world. Everyone got it?
Me: Ummm....okay??? *squints and rubs my chin with my hand* Hmm......
David: *gasps* Tickle time with Mama?! Yes, please!
Jaydon: Shhhhh! Quiet!
David: Okay, okay *whisper-shouts* Yes, please!
Russell: T-Tickle time?
Jaydon: *nods* Yes, Russell! Okay, okay *giggles softly, seeing me on the couch* One....
Russell: *thinks for a moment* T-Three!
*Suddenly all the boys run to me and tickles my sides*
Me: H-HUH?! *falls back on the couch, laughing* PFFFFTTTT!!!! AHAHAHHAHHA!!!! B-BOYS, BOYS! S-STAPH!!!! AHAHAHAAH!!!!
David: *smirks* You want us to stop, Mama?
Me: *shakes my head, giggling uncontrollably* N-NO! PFFTTT!
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AK’s 6/1 Children’s Day post
So June 1st is Children’s Day in China, and AK posted this on Weibo:
As people grow up, one big change is that they start wearing a mask to hide all of the stress they endure and only smile for others to see in different situations. Maybe you take off your smiling mask and show your exhaustion only when you enter your own room.
I want to tell the AK in this picture that, even though you are very tired, you should be proud of the fact that you managed your emotions well for an entire day. Only gentle people will wear a smiling mask and attempt to use a good version of themselves when dealing with other people. I think good emotion management is a good way for mature people to express their gentleness.
I am proud of myself for doing this well.
Every year’s 6/1 makes me more aware that I’m farther away from my childhood hhh.
So today I’ll simply wish myself a happy growth.
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