Today, we dedicated Jayna to the Lord in church. I thought to let her wear the dress she wore during her first month celebration. What was meant to be a long dress in the past has become something that resembles a baby doll dress. That's how much she has grown over the past one year!
Doesn't she look like a ballerina?
Made a new friend in the infant room.
Since Joash was not supposed to be in the limelight, I originally wanted him to wear his normal clothes. However, the moment he saw his sister's dress, he suddenly said he wanted to wear it too!!! *faint* Recovering from my initial shock, I realised that he actually meant he wanted to look equally nice but he did not know how to express it well. Thus, I took out his tuxedo and asked him if he wanted to wear that instead. He shyly nodded his head. Since the weather was rather warm, I skipped the vest and the bow-tie. He was grinning from ear to ear when I put on his attire for the day.
Here's a photo of him while he was reading a book at our CG mate's house. Doesn't he look absolutely charming and scholarly? Someone commented that he looks like some rich man's son! Hahaha...
After hanging out with our CG mates for a marvelous afternoon, we headed down to Jurong Point's Soup Restaurant for dinner. It was hilarious taking the two kids to the toilet. Everyone along the way was really amused by the sight of me holding onto two beautifully dressed toddlers; Jayna with my right hand and Joash with my left hand.
I'm so proud of Jayna for being able to stand by herself by leaning against the wall of the cubicle while she waited for Joash and I to finish our businesses. As the walkway out of the toilet was narrow, we had to walk in a single file with Joash in front of me and Jayna behind me. It was a challenge not to let go of either hands as the human traffic was quite heavy. Thankfully, we eventually made it to the toilet and back safely.
It became a little tough to hold onto their hands when we reached Kiddy Palace though. They had different ideas of where they wanted to explore and this was what happened...