Friday, September 12, 2008

All of THREE going to be FOUR

There are a lot of things we teach our kids about mannerisms, academics, food and all the rest. Some things are not really taught, but they are just personality i think. I might be wrong, but this one instance made me realise. My parents who stay in the very next suburb are kind of at a walkable distance from my place. My mom was out of town for a week. One of the days dad calls up in the evening when Tiny was doing her homework. Here is the conversation between dad and Tiny
Tiny: Thatha(granddad), where is pati(grandmom), I would like to talk to her.
Dad: She is in Mysore
Tiny: Why are you staying alone, thatha, you come here. (Even before thatha replies) Did you eat your mommu(Food)?
There are certain stuff that I will have to tell her everyday to get it done, but these spontaneous talks surprised me.

14 comments:

  1. Sometimes they also imbibe what they see from their parents....
    I'm sure you're like that too...
    But that was so cute from tiny..

    ReplyDelete
  2. How sweet! We parents always underestimate our kids. They are so much more sensitive and aware which we nee to accept :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. I agree with Prats. Kids learn lots from how parents behave. These spontaneous moments are worth all their tantrums...

    ReplyDelete
  4. So cute.. and she is going to be four soon?!!! What a precocious kid!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. @prats: Thanks I will tighten my collar on that.
    @~nm: Sure we need to. Welcome to my blog.
    @joy:You bet.
    @preethi: Thanks. She is going to be four this nov.

    ReplyDelete
  6. awww...so adorable...not hard to see where she gets it from :)

    these moments make it all worthwhile, na?

    ReplyDelete
  7. Hi Sumana thanks for blog rolling me:) Honored!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I agree with prats, children learn from example much more than they learn from 'being taught'. Your obvious delight in this show of concern will naturally encourage them to stay this way.

    ReplyDelete
  9. so sweet kids never stop to amaze u

    ReplyDelete
  10. came from joy's blog

    nice post!

    ReplyDelete
  11. That's so chweet! These days kids are really quick to grasp and very sensitive as ~nm said.

    I am sure tiny will be observing what you as parents and grandparents will be saying on a daily basis.

    ReplyDelete
  12. That's so chweet! These days kids are really quick to grasp and very sensitive as ~nm said.

    I am sure tiny will be observing what you as parents and grandparents will be saying on a daily basis.

    ReplyDelete

Welcome to comment