Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios
Xuxu’s children were the only two babies in the nursery room, and they were both fast asleep.
Su Yue and Ming Ansheng gazed at them through a glass window.
“They’re so tiny.” Su Yue pressed her face against the window as she watched them with a huge smile. Immense adoration for them was etched on her face.
“All newborn babies are tiny.” Ming Ansheng cast her a glance and pressed on. “Besides that, they are twins, so they tend to be smaller.”
Su Yue raised her head and eyed Ming Ansheng doubtfully. “Why do you know so much?”
Ming Ansheng quipped, “This is just general knowledge.”
“Oh.” Su Yue nodded and mumbled under her breath. “Why do men have to know about this kind of general knowledge?”
Ming Ansheng was speechless.
He really wanted to say that any man who married this dumb fool would need to be brilliant and capable.
She knew nothing.
Ming Ansheng left after a short while as there were urgent company matters he had to settle.
Su Yue stayed to accompany Xuxu.
Mu Li and Yan Weihong arrived shortly and they brought tonic soup for Xuxu. It was supposedly good for stimulating lactation.
Mu Li poured the soup for Xuxu while Yan Rusheng fed her.
Xuxu can feed herself, but Yan Rusheng insisted on feeding her.
“Xuxu. I have decided on their names.”
Yan Weihong spoke as Xuxu was drinking the soup.
Everyone’s attention turned towards him.
Yan Weihong smiled and said, “The girl will be called Yan Wenxin and the boy Yan Nuoxing. What do you think?”
Xuxu’s eyes sparkled happily when she heard the names. “Great!”
She instantly liked the names.
“Yan Wenxin, soft and gentle.” She elaborated on the meaning behind the names that Yan Weihong had chosen. “Yan Nuoxing. To do what one has promised.”
Their names were simple and meaningful, and easy to interpret and read.
She loved these two names.
Yan Weihong smiled and nodded. “Yeah.”
Xuxu glanced at Yan Weihong with a look of adoration. “Father, the names are brilliant.”
“Haha.” Yan Weihong chortled loudly and turned slightly red.
Mu Li sounded jealous as she cast him a contemptuous look. “He has been flipping the dictionary for half a year. If he doesn’t come up with a good name, shouldn’t he be sacked as a grandfather?”
Sacked as a grandfather?
The corners of Xuxu’s mouth twitched involuntarily and she was dumbfounded.
Yan Rusheng chuckled, looking amused. “You want to change the children’s grandfather?”
Mu Li’s words had hardened Yan Weihong’s expression. At Yan Rusheng’s words, he was practically fuming.
Mu Li stretched her hands and slapped Yan Rusheng’s shoulders. “Wretched son!”
She turned to glance at Yan Weihong. “How about their nicknames?”
Yan Weihong frowned, looking annoyed. “You can decide if you want to. Stop beating around the bush.”
“As their grandfather, you’ve already decided on their names. As their grandmother, do I need an excuse to decide on their nicknames?!” Mu Li taunted him and looked at Xuxu. “The girl can be called ‘Meowmeow’ and the boy will be ‘Woofwoof’. What do you think?”
Xuxu and Yan Rusheng were speechless.
“Don’t you get it?” Professor Mu began to explain. “In the olden days, they like to give nicknames such as cat and dog for their children. They sound foolish so that it would be easier to bring up the child.”
Yan Rusheng was speechless.
F*ck. Those are the nicknames for ordinary children. He was the high-and-mighty President. A President!
Did she ever hear the nicknames of a President’s child being addressed as a dog or a cat?
Xuxu finished her soup and Yan Rusheng passed her tissues to wipe her mouth.
“I’m going to visit the children.” Yan Weihong turned around and marched away.