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The Tyrant Father's Pampered Daughter

Chapter 410 - 410 Baby Nuo Opens a Shop, Brothers Help

410 Baby Nuo Opens a Shop, Brothers Help

Gu Zichen and Hang Tongfu designed a shop for Gu Nuo’er together.

It allowed the opening of her small shop to be put on the agenda.

The second prince, Gu Zitang, heard about this matter.

He went to the Qiushui Palace and said to Gu Nuo’er, “Nuo’er, if you want to open a shop, why didn’t you tell Brother?”

The child fiddled with the fabric tiger in her hand, her fair and pink face round.

“I opened the sweet pastry shop not to earn money, but to be happy. If I tell Second Brother, won’t I have to earn money?! It’s tiring to have too much money!”

Gu Zitang deeply admired his sister’s personality.

Why wouldn’t he find it troublesome to have too much money?

However, his fifth brother, Gu Zichen, had already put in the effort to help.

He must not fall behind.

Therefore, a few days later, Gu Zitang brought a group of guards to Gu Nuo’er’s small shop with various heavy wooden decorations.

At that moment, the child was checking the accounts with Ning Chudie.

The child sat on the accounting counter with a roll of account books in her hand, looking like a shopkeeper.

“Nuo’er, look at what Brother brought you?!”

Gu Nuo’er jumped down from the accounting counter and went over to take a look.

“Second Brother, I have decorations here. I don’t need these!”

The second prince quickly waved his hand and approached mysteriously, whispering, “These decorations are not ordinary. Sister, look here.”

He reached out, lifted a stool, and pointed to a spot at the bottom that had yet to be painted.

There was a faint golden color there.

Gu Nuo’er frowned. “This is…”

“It’s gold.” Gu Zitang smiled and flicked his folding fan, his tone carefree. “Wood is intolerant. What if they get damp?

“Therefore, Second Brother came up with a plan. No matter what, I have to make lasting items. However, I still remember that my sister doesn’t like to be extravagant and wasteful.

“Therefore, I got someone to paint them in mahogany paint and even got the abbot of the Spirit Awakening Temple to bless them. Don’t worry, Sister. Your shop will definitely make money!”

After saying that, Gu Zitang waved his hand and got the guards to carry the decorations in.

He busied himself back and forth, directing the placement of the items.

Gu Nuo’er’s mouth opened slightly as she watched.

Her second brother’s money was flowing out like water, but his heart didn’t ache at all!

A few days ago, her second brother’s mother, Mother Yi, had sent someone to send a golden tourmaline toad the size of a human head!

A few days later, Gu Nuo’er’s third brother, Gu Ziyao, came again.

He had prepared several hundred sets of medical packets to be placed in Gu Nuo’er’s shop.

“Third Brother doesn’t have anything to give you. Your second brother is rich and has basically arranged everything. Therefore, I thought that since my sister has just opened a shop, I’ll give some freebies to everyone who comes to buy things.

“These are all medicinal herbs that Third Brother personally cooked and placed in the medicinal bag. When hung on the bed curtains, they can cool and relieve the heat, allowing one to sleep soundly.”

Gu Nuo’er quickly ran out and hugged Gu Ziyao’s leg.

“Third Brother, you’re too good to Baby Nuo!”

These were medicine packets that her brother had personally made!

Gu Ziyao lowered his head and smiled. “Has Eldest Brother come?”

“Elder Brother? No!” Could it be that her eldest brother had also prepared something for her?

Gu Ziyao nodded. “He’s probably practicing his sword techniques. A few days ago, I saw him practicing his sword techniques diligently alone. He said that he wanted to come and liven things up for you on the day your shop opens.”

Gu Nuo’er fluttered her long eyelashes.

Her eldest brother had spent a long time at the borders and had fought in various large and small battles. Moreover, he would always send back news of victory.

In the hearts of the commoners, he was an existence with a very high status.

He was also the future candidate for the crown prince.

Was this shy and cold eldest brother who cared so much about his face going to perform a sword dance for her in celebration of her shop’s opening?

These were not all.

People from the palace sent things over one after another.