I remember the day she started loving paneer…
Its still so fresh in memory, the day she started having milk like other kids, overcoming her allergy to milk…
The day she stopped telling “buuuu” for any color I ask and started telling the colors so clearly without the hint of baby language…yes, I remember…
The day she stopped referring to herself with her self-made name “athroo” and started referring to herself as I / me / myself – very fresh in memory…
The day all the baby talk blabbering stopped…very much remember them…
Now, I wonder when her fav color changed from blue to pink or the other colors which she didn’t prefer before!
I wonder when she started preferring geometric designs on her dress!
When did she grow up so much to give psychological lessons to me!!
Or when did she become my mother to scold me for getting a headache..he he!
When did she start disliking her fav potatoes and started liking the fruit salad!
Am just sitting here and knowing about the changes suddenly, without any warning and am like, when did this happen!? I just sit and wonder about them, as they keep going through the changes.
As a birthday keeps approaching, the mommy is going through a lot of thought process…
There are so many memes that do the rounds based on the current trending topic. But memes made for the mom and her ways with her children are applicable forever.
Especially listed below are a few which my daughters have identified with me…he he…guilty of some…but at that moment it was required 😀
This one is the best. I always used to wake them up like 30 mins early. The problem is I don’t like to be late for anything and I insisted that my children learn that quality in life. But now if you ask me, I should have let them be as they are and that they will learn things when they are ready for it. Sorry girls for stealing those precious sleep moments!
ha ha…this is one is epic 😀
I used to roll my eyes like that for accidental use of curse words and my elder one took it up so seriously that she would roll her eyes when the younger one used it with her. And I think she still does that with her sister..he he…:D 😀 How I imparted those rolling eyes to my girl?! ha ha…this is true life incident!
Oh yes…many times I think…even before they start with something, I’ll assume its going to be some other thing and then say no without hearing properly. Then later, while we were lying down in bed, she’ll explain the same thing to me and I’ll be feeling absurdly foolish for having said no.
This my daughter sent me, so I guess she has done this many times 😉
But that smile is the sweetest, I tell you 🙂
Ohhh…this happened then and is happening now…ha ha…its a competitive world, I say 😀 😀
I was totally taken aback to be used like this 😉 But I guess its quite natural..ha ha 😀
Am guilty of doing this…umpteen number of times! Especially, when I had got them phones for the first time, the top most instruction is to pick up my call in the first bell itself. And if it doesn’t happen, the missed calls will increase. Now, I call and if they don’t answer, I try to instruct myself that there is a valid reason for not answering and that I should wait for a return call. It takes time, even with mothers…sigh 😛
This one happens all through the holidays! Shifting from one room to another in search of a warmer bed…sigh…those days !
So, dear mommies, do you relate to any of these, in your life? 😀
Come on…spill it!
This is the western sky, you see
Which is in glee
After a drizzle spree
Owing to my plea 😀
Linking this with Skywatch Friday!
When the sky is the drawing sheet
Upon which the patterns are drawn…
Crayons were used for this
To create a different effect…
The crayons so white
On a blue sheet
Creates those white cloud patterns
By spreading the wax
With the thumb…
Isn’t it how this picture was created!?!
Many thanks to the dear person who sends me pictures of the cloud and sky, all the way from Scotland ❤
Watching the sky, looking for shapes in the clouds started as a mere pastime, which has turned into an obsession now a days.
Have you seen those cricket batsmen looking up to the sky as they enter the ground to bat ? They pray for a good innings score for them or for their team.
Whenever I sit in the car heading out to work, I also look up to the sky, to my front, side, back, actually all possibilities. But my only reason for looking is to catch a glimpse of a beautiful pattern or even a clear blue sky. I love watching it.
Today, has been gloomy so far. The sky is a dull grey. I don’t know if it will rain or not. But here I am trying to post some amazing patterns from my archives, which can make me feel happy and energised in an instant.
A picturesque field, which makes me wonder if its a painting!
When man made structures and God-made coconut trees form a perfect shadow to the beautiful sunset!
Somehow this leafless tree looks so damn good against this backdrop…l love it!
Linking this with Skywatch Friday 🙂
…has been and always will be “Idly maavu in the refrigerator”…ha ha…did you for a minute think that I am going to talk about the man in my life ?? 😉 He is there…always there. But Idly maavu (batter) is for both of us, you see.
With Sundays converted as work days for me, the handy man is the Idly maavu. I can make idlies for breakfast which is quick. And when I get home tired from work, I just have to close my eyes and make dosa and eat and sleep. You see, its a pleasure to not to think about “what to cook” 😀
I just keep making different vegetables for lunch. But this constant Idly maavu is what makes my life easier.
I might get into the mood to make upma, pongal or poori for breakfast, provided the constant is stocked in the fridge always. And when the maavu goes below the mark of “one more day to go”, I get jittery. All I can think that its time is to soak rice and dal for making the idly maavu.
I wonder what’s this funny relationship between me and this maavu or perhaps idly or dosa? These thoughts keep coming to me now and then, edging me to write about it.
Anyway, my constant is FULL now. One more week of utter bliss awaits me. Also with a batch of adai maavu, I feel well stocked…ha ha…the foodie me never stops thinking of food 😉