Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Kuch nayee Kadam!!


Siddharth With his friends Mani & Khushi at the skating ground 

This Sunday was spent at Delhi, Siddharth participated in an event of skating. This was the first competition for siddharth. 

The ground was full with kids, Siddharth was quite confident like all other kids. I remembered when i have to perform in a fancy dress show at the age of seven i was really nervous. Now  day's kids are very confident. 

 

All of the kids performed very well. Though he has not got the first position but he was happy on getting a trophy and certificate for participation. When he shared this in his class at school,he mentioned अगर में First आता तो मुझे मेडल मिलता...(if i would have scored the first position i could get the medal)


Siddharth with the participation certificate and trophy
I am glad at his participation, anyways he has given me the award for life as he has started reading three letter words in English....

यूँही क्ट जाएगा सफ़र साथ चलने से
मंज़िल आयगी नज़र साथ चलने से...

25 comments:

A Childhood Journey said...

At this stage, even participation matters. Well done, Siddharth.

Rush said...

congrats to Sid on one of his milestones...it must b be so fulfilling learning that the kids are learning something new everyday, day after day...woow, i can imagine the excitement. Kudos to Sid swatantra...pass on a big wide hug from this blogger.

Antarman said...

beautiful..what is important is participation..spirit of playing sports..congrats to Siddhartha !

Tomz said...

Congrats Sid...I am sure he would definitely score more in the upcoming competitions...
Thanks Swatantra for sharing his cute photos with us..

Nona said...

Nice pictures. :)

The Holy Lama said...

Sid dear, good job. Do you have a skating rink nearby to practice?

Rajlakshmi said...

awww sweet post :)
childhood is fun :)

Swatantra said...

A childhood journey: Thanks for the wishes.

Rush: Siddharth felt glad for the hug:)

Antarman: Thanks for the wishes, i was really excited at looking him during the participation.

Tomz: Thanks for the compliment.

Nona: Thanks!!

The Holy Lama: Yes we have near to our home. He is learning there.

Raklakshmi: Thanks, hope to see u again!!

Sumandebray said...

nice post. Success is in being able to participate and enjoy the experience. Results are not as important as it might appear!

SG said...

Nice post. Kids are always fun. They learn faster than the adults. It took us 3 weeks to properly ski on the ice. Our small children learnt in 2 days.

Kavi said...

Ah roller skates...! Lovely. And i guess he is rolling to doing things that you and vivek cant do !! :)

Many congratulations to him !

NeHa said...

Congrats to sid!!! :)

he looks so confident while participating :) and all dis is inculcated right from childhood!!!hope he gets many more trophies :)

Mama Zen said...

Great job, Siddharth!

partha sen said...

Really a very sweet post !!

cyclopseven said...

His participation speaks a volume. Winning is secondary:).

Shas said...

Ya participation and confidence matters more than the medal.

Destiny's child... said...

Congrats to Sid for this milestone! There are many more you will conquer...:)

sm said...

beautiful post,
nice lines
i am sure if he keeps thinking this way he will get the medal in future.

Varsha Shrote said...

Great to know that Sid is already participating in competitions :) And he's confident too.That's the most important thing. All the best to dear Sid!
Winning or not....being in the game is all that matters :)

Neha said...

oh he will even more proud when he grows up and see this certificate... hope he achieves many more coming his way :))

Apanatva said...

participation is more important in life,not winning .
You are doing a good job, he looks full of confidence.Its the biggest achievment in life .

anjugandhi said...

participation gives courage, strength and a chance to learn our mistakes so that we can improve in future.
winning or loosing is not important
what is important is the sense of participation and the getting recognized for the participation.

Swatantra said...

Kavi: Yes we cannot do this.. i can only enjoy doing him all these...

Sumandebray: Thanks very true!!

SG: Thanks for sharing!! Amazing difference..

Neha: Thanks sure he will!!

Partha: Thanks!!

Mama Zen: Thanks:)

Swatantra said...

Cyclopseven: Absolutely!!

Shas: I always believe into this..

Destiny's Child: I love the name of your blog... Thanks for the wishes!!

SM: Thanks for these great words, they keep me moving!!

Varsha: Thanks Dear!!

Neha: Sure he will!!

Apanatva: You are superb!!

Anju Gandhi: Thanks!!

Sanand said...

Congrats. You are right, it is participation that is really most important. For kids, such physical activities and competitive spirit will help them develop an all round personality and confidence that our generation may not have had.