Monday, July 13, 2009

ek naya dost!!

Siddharth has got an amazing capability of connecting with people of different age. One of my cousins visited us this weekend. I met him almost a year and we have been rarely together after my marriage. His training at Gurgaon gave us an opportunity to spend two days together.

The way Siddharth has spend the weekend with him, was not looking like a first meeting.

They made a cute home with a puzzle of Siddharth that he has not broken and wanted it to be as such. He made this as the garage for his small cars.


The love Siddharth showered him over the weekend, made difficult for my cousin to say bye to Siddharth when he was leaving for his school today morning. The one cute example is when I and Vivek have to meet a friend yesterday who was not keeping his health well. We thought of dropping these two young men at home. Siddharth wanted to come along, and then we told him we are going to see a uncle who is not well. Mama Wahaan dawayioon kee smell aaygee... (There will be smell of medicine around the patient) Being a parent that we don’t wanted he to come along we agreed to his logic. And yes it gave an opportunity to both of them to know each other more and me to write a post. As when we came back, below was the scene in his room.

My cousin was standing, they were playing a game Janga, truth or dare. You take out one brick and you have to perform whatever is written on that particular brick.

Chintoo Mamu: Sing a song

Siddharth: pahle aap yeh batyo aapko kaun kaun se gaane aate hai ( first tell me which all songs you know)

Chintoo mamu: Mujhe to bahut gaane ate hain.. ( I know many songs)

Siddharth: thik hai pahle yeh batayo aapko kaun se gaane aate hai.. ( that’s ok, first tell me which all songs you know)

Chintoo Mammu ( by this time confused and happy by this little one’s curiosity) decided to sing Jingle bells jingle bells jingle all the way………………..and we all were laughing after this…

Since today morning our home is full with the fragrance of the flowers he left for Siddharth and the memories he has left behind……………….

Haath chute bhee to rishte nahi tuta karte………

14 comments:

Apanatva said...

very cute looking garage.Any game or puzzle which gives space to logical thinking and interacion is very good for personality development.You and Sid both are on right track.keep it up.I love visiting your blog.

♥ Braja said...

Nice to meet you Swatantra....and to find your blog :)

♥ Braja said...

You're hilarious :)))))

ZiLliOnBiG said...

ha, nice to know about Siddharth. And he has a lovely mom in you for sure, who knows how to bring him in. :)

Neha said...

loved both the pics...siddharth is a very clever boy...god bless both of u...

Rush said...

chotu mamu and sid ki jodi jammi!!

Nona said...

Nice garage for small cars!

Priya said...

hehehehe...ur son is a sweetheart and children understand people well than adults..:-)

sangeeta said...

how easily children sense the love n affection .....same way they snub people who just act love..isn't it?

Nazish Rahman said...

lovely...its so cute!!!

u know the puzzle pic made me rem my childhood days as even i used to use it as a garage!!!

Wish u all the success in life Sddharth!!!

take care!!!

Aparna said...

Haath chute bhee to rishta nahee tuta karte... so true. Loved this line.
God bless to Siddharth.

shilpa said...

it was so cute again

Swatantra said...

Thanks everyone for your comments!

Dr. Chandana Shekar said...

nice garage ya.. wud love one like that for my car.. :) colourful... only kids can imagine such things ya. they are really so cute. as innocent as and as pure as anythin.. enjoy every moment with ur son.. ull remember them forever later :) good think ur writin a blog on him. very nice :)