We laid Asha and Nay side to side on the bed, while i chatted with my niece. We didn't notice at first that the babies were trying to reach each other. The babies were curious to each other, they were staring and tried to reach each other hands. When suddenly they were holding hands and didn't let go. When Nay lost her hold, Asha tried to reach back. And they were holding hands again. Aww..too sweet.. :D
Lucky that i could capture the moment,
Asha 5+m and Nay 7+m : let's holding hand,sis :)
I want to share a little story about Nay. She lives with her grandma, grandpa, and aunty that comes 4 days a week. Her mom, dad, and her 3 years old brother live in other town, because the parent work there. Nay drinks formulated milk since born. Her mom and brother visit her once in two weeks, while her dad visits her once in a month. I feel sorry to know that Nay is closer and more comfortable to her grandparent rather to her parent. Nay cries whenever she meets new people. She feels uncomfortable with new people around her, it takes sometime for her to get used to with new people. When i hold her, she sobbed. Ohh poor little girl. She doesn't used to meet alot of people, because everyday she only meets her grandma, grandpa, and her aunt sometime. Thankfully the grandparent love Nay so much and give the best they could to nurture her. Nay looks happy and healthy under grandparent supervision. The situation forces Nay to live separately from her parent. I pray the best for her and the family, hope that they can reunited soon.
I feel lucky that i can see and kiss and hug and hold and breastfeed Asha everyday, although i have to leave her 6-7. I hope i able to be with her 24-7, together with hubby too. Soon.