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The Tyrant Father's Pampered Daughter

Chapter 264 - Whatever My Wife Says Is Right

Chapter 264: Whatever My Wife Says Is Right

Translator: Atlas Studios  Editor: Atlas Studios

Gu Yihan coaxed his daughter. “Be good. Baby Nuo, hold on for a little longer. We’ll be reaching the hunting ground soon. After we enter the imperial abode, Father will coax you to sleep and let you have a good rest. Is that alright?”

Gu Nuo’er shook her head like a rattle-drum.

Her big eyes were filled with anxiety, and her lips were pink as she kept waving her small hands. “Father, make them stop! Nuo’er wants to rest here!”

When Gu Yihan saw that his daughter was anxious, his heart immediately ached.

He instructed, “Chunshou! Order the imperial guards in front to stop and reorganize! The princess is tired and wants to rest here for a while before leaving.”

The child immediately said softly, “Not for a while. It’ll have to be for an hour!”

The second and third princes looked at each other.

How could his sister’s rest time be so precise?

Ye Siming was wearing clothes that were easy to move in and he was riding a tall horse. He followed the imperial guards at the front.

When the emperor’s order came, everyone was a little puzzled.

However, they were imperial guards and would not refute the emperor’s decree.

Ye Siming was even more so. When he heard that the child was tired, he looked back at the carriage in the middle.

Could it be that she was hungry?

His cold eyes looked around.

They were in the mountain forest. It was very easy to forage for food.

Behind the imperial guards were the officials’ carriages.

At this moment, Bai Yi stuck his head out of the window and looked at Ye Siming, who was looking at the distant forest.

From time to time, his dangerous gaze would sweep across the wild geese flying in the sky!

Bai Yi couldn’t help but remind loudly, “Siming, don’t shoot arrows and hunt recklessly. It’s not time yet!”

Before he could finish explaining, Madam Bai pulled him back into the carriage.

Madam Bai lectured sternly, “Siming is a sensible boy now. If you remind him in front of so many people, he’ll feel awkward!

“Look at you. You usually only practice martial arts and don’t grow a brain. You have to be more careful when dealing with children! You’re not allowed to embarrass him in front of so many people in the future, understand?!”

General Bai Yi felt very aggrieved.

He was just afraid that Ye Siming would suddenly take out his bow and shoot a swallow down as if he was at home.

Then, he would set up a fire in front of the emperor and start roasting the bird to eat…

Bai Yi felt that he was right, but facing his wife, he nodded silently. “I’ll remember it.”

His wife’s reasonings were the right ones. His thoughts were not important!

Madam Bai threw him a wax paper packaging. “Go! Siming must be hungry. Now that we’ve stopped to rest, go give him this to eat.”

Bai Yi took it and got off the carriage. He walked to the front and handed the paper package to the boy.

“Siming, you must be hungry, right? Eat some food to hold off your hunger for a bit.”

Ye Siming got off the horse and looked coldly at the paper packaging in Bai Yi’s hand for a while.

From the smell, it should be the beef flaky pastry that was Madam Bai’s specialty.

He reached out to take it and was about to leave.

However, he suddenly remembered that Gu Nuo’er had said that if one received help from others, one had to thank them.

The boy looked at Bai Yi and said in a calm and cold voice, “Thank you.”

After saying that, he strode towards the emperor’s carriage.

Bai Yi looked at Ye Siming’s departing back view in surprise.

It took him a long time to come back to his senses. “Going to school is still useful. Siming is becoming more and more polite!”

Ye Siming walked to the emperor’s carriage.

When the imperial guards at the side saw that it was the princess’s guard, they didn’t stop him.

When Ye Siming went over, Gu Nuo’er had just stuck her head out of the carriage window.

She looked up at the sky, a hint of seriousness on her round and pink face.