Chapter 51: Qingqing and Ningning
“Oh, the little girl is so good.”
Director Gao replied with a smile, looking at Qingqing, who is soft, cute, and well-behaved, feeling a little envious.
It would be great if his little monkey could be half as well-behaved as the child of this family.
“This is my little cousin named Qingqing. Because everyone in the family is busy and no one has time to take her, I can only bring her with me. I ask Director Gao to forgive me.” Fu Sijin said apologetically to Director Gao.
After all, it is a bit rude to bring the child over without telling others beforehand.
If you meet someone who is a little bit nitpicky, they may not be able to help but get angry on the spot and leave.
Fortunately, Director Gao is very easy-going, and also brought his child over.
“It’s okay, it’s okay, I also brought this little monkey here without saying anything to you.”
Looking at his daughter who can’t keep still, Director Gao wanted to sigh again.
It’s just that no one in his family has children. After all, this is the only baby in the whole family. Several people can only circle around her as a little overlord. Even if he wants to educate occasionally, he has to look carefully at the great gods.
It was also his fault that he was not cautious when he went out in the morning. He was targeted by this magical beast on vacation. She cried and insisted on following him and then rolled around and blocked the door to prevent him from leaving.
Director Gao was really overwhelmed by the troublemaker. Otherwise, he can go out early on the pretext of something, avoiding the child’s mother and happily smoking a few cigarettes outside before going to the appointment, instead of being stared at by a divine beast who only knows to snitch all day long.
He glared at his daughter grievously but was immediately noticed by the keen little guy.
She turned her head abruptly and stared back at Director Gao vigilantly, looking straight at the big director who’s worshiped in his circle until he felt guilty and quickly picked up the coffee cup and pretended to drink to avoid her sight.
“My name is Gao Xianning, and my beautiful brother can call me Ning Ning. ”
She snorted softly at Director Gao, who must have said bad things about her from the bottom of his heart. Ning Ning then turned back with a smile and introduced herself very proactively.
She has a very demure name, which shows the hope of Director Gao’s family for her when the child was born.
It’s a pity that Ning Ning’s temperament was too lively when she grew up and is completely incompatible with demureness.
“Ning Ning is good.” Fu Sijin responded with a gentle smile.
If it was him before, he might not be so patient with children.
But now that he has Qingqing, the more he looks at her, the more he feels that the child is cute and likable, whether it is his own cub or not.
Ning Ning is lively, ignoring that bad outfit, she really looks very good.
Her facial features are not very delicate, but when they are combined, they make people feel very comfortable. It is a comforting aura, which is very likable.
No wonder Director Gao loves her so much.
Even if Fu Sijin is not an actor and does not study human expressions very thoroughly, it can be seen that although Director Gao said that he disliked her, his expression was clearly that of spoiling his own children.
So he took advantage of the situation to praise Ning Ning and made the little girl happy along with her father.
The smile on that face never faded.
Qingqing glanced at Fu Sijin curiously several times.
To be honest, it was the first time she had seen Fu Sijin in this working state, and it felt a bit strange.
It’s not that she likes it or hates it, but there is a kind of: Ah, it turns out that he still has this surprising side.
It seems that I have gotten to know a person again, or I have become more familiar with a person.
This feeling is not annoying.
Noticing Qingqing’s small gaze, Fu Sijin lowered his head and looked at her with concern, “Is Qingqing hungry? Should I order you something to eat?”
Qingqing hadn’t answered yet, Ning Ning responded unceremoniously and loudly, “Okay, Ning Ning wants to eat the biggest black forest cake.”
“What to eat, how many snacks have you eaten at home.”
Director Gao stared at his daughter angrily, then changed his words due to Ning Ning’s eyes that suddenly became pitiful, “You can only share one with Qingqing.”
He was thinking of Ning Ning, this little monkey, but she is very good at taking care of the weak and will definitely give most of the cake to Qingqing, who is her younger sister, so that he can reduce his child’s sugar intake in disguise.
In fact, it is true.
At the insistence of Director Gao, Fu Sijin only ordered a black forest cake for the two children. The cake was not very big and is only a little bigger than the average small cake.
In front of Ning Ning and Qing Qing, these two equally sweet-loving little guys, it’s not even enough for them to have a few mouthfuls, and yet they still have to share it with another.
The coffee shop attendant lovingly provided two forks and a plastic knife. Ning Ning stood up first, picked up the plastic knife, and cut the cake heroically, one big and one small as expected.
The corners of Fu Shijin’s eyes swept away. He thought Ning Ning would occupy the big piece by herself. He also began to think about how he would coax Qingqing for a while if she is not happy to eat the small one.
Unexpectedly, Ning Ning just took the plate and pulled the small piece away by herself, then pushed the big one in front of Qingqing, and naturally said, “Sister’s cake.”
“Thank you, sister.”
Qingqing thanked her with a milky voice, and then picked up a fork to eat the cake.
The two little ones ate as much as they could and occasionally they had to raise the cake together to “toast” each other, and then stuff it down in one bite.
It seems that after experiencing the ‘ritual of an adult’ in this way, the cake will become more delicious.
Fu Sijin unknowingly looked at them with a smile in his eyes and Director Gao’s whispered words also came to his ears.
“Kids are cute, right? You occasionally think that they are demons but sometimes you can always be inadvertently moved by these little angels.”
A neatly bound script was handed to Fu Sijin.
“This is the drama I made this time. It is dedicated to parent-child relationships. The main theme is healing. Maybe it is unlikely to sell well after it is finally shot, but I think it’s meaningful for it to be shot, Mr. Fu…”
For the first time, Director Gao solemnly called Fu Sijin by his commercial name. “I hope you will consider it clearly before deciding whether you want to invest in filming this.”
Fu Shijin took the script and saw a blank space in the title at the beginning.
“This movie, haven’t you named it yet?” He asked strangely, seeing the script without a name for the first time.
“I didn’t think it would be suitable now.”
With a slight nod, Fu Sijin said nothing and continued to read the script.
The beginning of the story directly caused his heart to stop beating.
There is only a short one-line description above: ‘When a middle-aged and exhausted person wakes up, she becomes a primary school student…’
This story briefly describes a middle-aged woman who made a mess of her life. In an accidental adventure, she became a primary school student in her early teens, and gradually got to know each other again while getting along with her family. Along the way, the misunderstandings between her and her family were resolved. Finally, the heroine changed back, changed herself, and lived a beautiful life with her family that changed with it.
This is not such a brilliant story, and it is not very eye-catching, but the jokes and tears described in it are very touching.
People can’t help being infected by the characters in the play. As they reflect on what they have experienced, was there a problem with the relationship between themselves and their families?
Closing the script, Fu Sijin cast his gaze on Qingqing unconsciously and got a smile of a little flower cat covered with cake.
He subconsciously returned a gentle smile, and Qingqing continued to lower her head to wipe out the cake.
Even if he is very confident in his script, Director Gao can’t help feeling a little uneasy now.
“It’s a very good drama,” Fu Sijin smiled and praised. “If possible, I hope to cooperate with you happily.”
“Hahaha… good boy, discerning, happy cooperation!”
The director laughed and shook Fu Sijin’s hand back, the flesh on his face shaking slightly with excitement.
The two discussed the script again.
It may be that he has had a similar experience in person. Fu Sijin can always put forward some shortcomings with a straight shot, and at the same time give better suggestions for revision.
Director Gao is not the kind of person who can’t listen to opinions. On the contrary, he is very pleased with Fu Sijin’s suggestion and feels that he is seriously reading his script.
The two talked unknowingly for a whole day and even settled for lunch in the coffee shop.
This was painful for the two neglected children. They were bored by sitting alone for a whole day, but they were ignored by adults.
Qingqing was okay, she has a sedentary temperament, and she can stay by herself for a whole day if they give her something to eat and play with.
But Ning Ning was miserable. She’s already hyperactive, but now she is forced to ‘not move’. Every second she survived is torture.
Isn’t this the revenge of Dad for throwing his favorite purple clay pot and to punish her for being naughty yesterday?
Ning Ning collapsed on the table like a wilted pickle and breathed out in despair.
Qingqing thought it was fun to look at her, so she also learned from the young lady on the opposite side, lying on the table, looking at Ning Ning with a smile.
“What are you smiling at?” Ning Ning asked strangely.
“What are you smiling at?” Qingqing followed.
“Don’t talk like me.” Ning Ning stretched out her hand to touch Qingqing’s small forehead, touching it lightly without any force.
“Don’t talk like me, hee hee hee…”
Qingqing, who felt that the young lady was playing a game with hers, giggled and wanted to reach out to poke Ning Ning’s forehead but Ning Ning turned her head to avoid it, and then immediately counterattacked.
Qingqing pursed her mouth and made persistent efforts to poke Ning Ning, but Ning Ning wouldn’t naturally sit still.
The two little guys inexplicably played the game of you poke me and I poke you.
Qingqing, who has small and short hands, can’t touch Ningning who is flexible but occasionally, she would take pity on Qingqing and let her score.
But she still continued to play tirelessly, occasionally being poked by Ning Ning without force, she didn’t cry and continued to laugh directly.
Perhaps the two little guys were too noisy that they attracted the dissatisfaction of other people in the store. After a while, the clerk came over to remind them tactfully. Only then did Fu Sijin and the two of them realize that their children had quarreled with others.
He smiled apologetically at his surroundings, and together with Director Gao, he led the two children to get up and check out and left.
After they left, the clerk carried more than a dozen trays of small biscuits and delivered them to the tables.
Whenever someone asks in doubt, the clerk will answer with a smile, “This is a gift from the children at the table just now because they quarreled with everyone. I hope everyone can forgive them.”
A guest picked up a small biscuit and saw that there was still a small piece of paper pressed under it. Two crooked words of ‘I’m sorry’ were on it. The handwriting was different. It should have been written by the two children together.
T/L – Oneone
P/R- Nen from from KnoxT