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She wouldn’t have been so surprised if she had been learning badminton instead. But basketball? It was surprising.
Su Yue nodded. “That’s right, and she picks it up faster than me.”
“You learned it to have a common ground with your Jiaojiao,” Xuxu stated, before turning to Bai Jing. “Then what made you learn it too, Bai Jing?”
She meant it as a casual question.
But Bai Jing felt guilty. She didn’t dare to meet her gaze. She replied softly, “I just wanted to build my fitness.”
She then blushed and hesitated before continuing, “Since I can’t fall asleep after I get woken up by Su Yue when she wakes up so early every day, I just decided to train with her as a form of fitness.”
She then pressed her lips together and bowed her head.
There was a bashful look on her face.
Xuxu said to Su Yue, “See, you disturbed Bai Jing.”
“Mm” Su Yue didn’t say a word.
“Okay, okay, let’s head back now. Yangyang and Meowmeow are waiting for me to feed them,” Xuxu said. She grabbed Su Yue’s hand and smiled at Bai Jing. “Remember to come over when you’re free.”
Bai Jing nodded.
Xuxu smiled and turned to Yan Rusheng. “You can go and say goodbye, Yueyue and I will head back to the car first.”
She held Su Yue’s hand as they walked to the main entrance of A University.
“I’ve missed them. I wonder if they’ve gained weight,” Su Yue commented, excited that she’d be seeing her niece and nephew in no time.
All infants in their first months looked different every day. Every weekend, she observed that the twins had obviously grown.
“Of course they’ve gained weight,” Xuxu said, eyes full of tenderness. “Both of them are like pigs, getting fatter by the day. Even their cries have become louder.”
Su Yue frowned upon hearing it. “Isn’t that very annoying then?”
Their original cries were annoying enough. Won’t they be even more annoying now that their cries were louder?
“Aren’t all kids like that?” Xuxu said, “Our Yangyang and Meowmeow are already considered very well-behaved. Some kids cry all night long.”
In a mother’s eyes, her children were always the best.
“Meowmeow and Yangyang don’t even sound good,” Su Yue commented, rolling her eyes. “It doesn’t roll off the tongue, and it’s not cool at all.”
She had always been unsatisfied with Yan Wenxin and Yan Nuoxing’s nicknames.
Then she added with despise, “It sounds so cringy to call the boy Yangyang.”
Xuxu asked, holding in her smile. “What sounds good then?”
Initially, she also felt that the name Yangyang was nauseating. But now that she was used to it, it wasn’t half bad.
“I don’t know. It just doesn’t sound good.” Su Yue pouted.
Both of them chatted as they walked.
Yan Rusheng entered the basketball court and bid goodbye to the principal of A University. He left hurriedly, preparing to catch up with Su Yue and Xuxu.
He walked down the steps and turned around.
He hesitated and suspicion flashed across his eyes.
Bai Jing was standing under a huge tree from four to five meters away. When she saw Yan Rusheng walking over, her fists clenched.
She looked up at him, then pressed her lips together before lowering her head.
Was she waiting for him? Yan Rusheng walked over with suspicion at the back of his head.
When he was about to reach her, Bai Jing suddenly lifted her head to look at him. “Third Brother.”
Her voice was loud and clear, as though it took her a lot of courage.