What makes a child unique are their traits- good or bad. This post is about the things I admire about my child.
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Things I admire about my child
Breaking the rules and stereotypes
Just like every other Indian Boy, my Toddler also hear these kind of statements:
- Boys don’t cry
- Why you are in the Kitchen, Go, do your own work
But I am glad that my Kid does not conform to these gender divides.
An eye to see the wrong
He observes a lot. He points out whenever he see something wrong-
One Day a Man was standing near to where we just arrived to sit. Kiddo said, “See Mumma, it is bad to throw the garbage like this, they should use the dustbin”. I was kind of proud and embarrassed at the same time as it was the same man who littered.
He does the same when he
No matter he uses no-so-good words but he knows how to have fun, how to laugh at himself.
- He farts and laughs at his silly act.
- He calls us by funny names and If I frown he says “I just said it for laughs”/ “Main
mazak kar raha tha.”
Loving and Kind
- He kisses me when I get hurt and say “Now it will be fine”.
- If he suspects that I got hurt while we play, he asks “Did you get hurt?”
- If something slips down from my hand by mistake. He says ” no problem, I will pick it up”
He does not get bored as he weaves stories out of anything.
I always wanted to imbibe this skill in him and now when he narrates me his virtual stories, my heart swells with pride.
He loves to read Books at bedtime and always up for a new story. I grin when he insists his Father to tell a story.
No matter how hard his tantrums are, he melts down when we hug him.
When I get impatient with my husband for not doing a task. He says- “Apki bat
We can’t switch off TV in front of him even if he watched it for 20 mins. We take the TV remote and turn it off behind his back. We say “Light gayi/ Power cut off” and he believes us, always.
No matter how hard Parenting gets, we should always look out for the good traits of our children. Every child is unique. Let’s cherish their childishness before it goes away.
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