And Aiden loved every single piece of the Jumperoo. To me, it was definitely a worthwhile purchase. Eventually, when he got bored of jumping, I dragged it to the side of the living area, and there it stayed, collecting dust. Hubby was constanly nagging about how much space it occupied and how cluttered it made our house look. I was just about ready to throw it out of the house in frustration. Then a close friend of mine decided to "borrow" it. So Hubby excitedly dismantled it and shipped it off to Bukit Jelutong where it stayed for a few months. And then another friend wanted to "borrow" it as well. So I picked it up in Bukit Jelutong and left it in my car, just in case we were to pass by this other friend's house so we could drop it off.
Finally, we found a suitable time and off we went to Iman's house!
And that's Iman's older sister, Didie. Did I tell you that Aiden is now fascinated by older kids?
Iman greeted us with such a sweet smile!
Aiden touching Iman's hand. And that was the most attention he gave to Iman. The rest of the time, it was all about him - the attention seeker. And a bit of attention to Didie, the big sister, of course. Such a casanova!
Shema, such the perfect housewife - served us meehoon for tea. Aiden got his own seat and cutlery set. Albeit pink. Oh well, only real men can carry off the colour pink.
Fork and spoon suction glued to the tray. Solves the issue of cutlery throwing competitions!
"Cepatla, Aunty Shema, what's cooking for me?"
Yum yum, Aunty Shema served Raya cookies for Aiden!
And then Aunty Shema pushed her luck by insisting that Aiden don a pink polka dotted bib. And look at that adorable pout!
After the lovely tea, we made small talk (while of course, admiring the renovated house), gossiped, compared renovations costs and eventually prepared to announce our departure. When suddenly, Aunty Shema whipped out another surprise for Aiden!
Aiden, of course, wanted to be part of the action.