This weekend we visited Vivek’s paternal house, where his chacha and chachi lives with their cute little daughters. As Siddharth calls them fondly Vasu didi and smriti didi..
There is a special fragrance of love and togetherness comes from the environment at their house. I love the food they cook. Ek alag sa taste hai jo sirf mummy ke khanee mein se aata hai…. So we tend to eat more also.
When we were heading towards their house, Siddharth was saying I will get bore and when we were coming back he was the one who was not willing to come back. He made everybody laugh at his cute little things, and the best was when we were moving towards our car after receiving chocolates and water pipe from chachi he said very innocently to me “ Mamma yahaan sab kuch free milta hai”
While going we wanted to buy some puzzle for Siddharth’s Vasu and Smriti Didi, the challenge is that you go to a toy store with Siddharth and don’t buy him anything it is hard.
This time it was made easy by the owner, Siddharth selected the toy and the shopkeeper said you give us
I knew the promise of the Shopkeeper to Siddharth has to be completed, as he started asking the question about the delivery in the car. I looked at Vivek and we both made a plan to fulfill his dream.
On Sunday morning at house our security guard comes with a Game named Guess who and gave to Siddharth that the Shopkeeper at
Now we play Guess who together and it always gives me more joy and contented feeling to see the way Siddharth enjoys this game…..
“There lies a past of me in a child which I wish to find and enjoy”