Thursday, April 26, 2012

Drrrrrrrrrrrrr Drrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

This morning I was in a hurry and hence made Kulli stand in the Car below the car seat instead of putting her on her car seat and buckling her while dropping her at the home daycare (ok before you judge me, the homedaycare is 4 buildings away from mine and within the community, also i was driving at maybe 2mph).

Kulli climbs up on the carseat, hits me on the shoulder, holds the steering wheel and goes Drrrrrrrrrrrrrr Drrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Should I start driving lessons for her?

Friday, April 20, 2012

I can sing too...

This morning in our household.....

Amma sings : You are my chamak challo oho...

Appa sings: Chikani Chameli....

Kulli Sings: A B C D E F G.....

Thursday, April 19, 2012

19 months and already independent

I remember my sister working really hard to teach my nephew when he was 19 months old to do quite a lot of stuff on his own like
--> eating on his own from his plate
-->potty training
-->playing on his own with the toys and give her some time off.

I kept thinking for a long time that I should start training Kulli too now that she is old enough. But guess what? Kulli has started doing almost everything on her own (except the potty training part)

--> she loves to eat on her own (ofcourse with more than half the food on the floor)
--> loves to play on her own with the toys
-->loves to play games on the phone
--> loves to run alone when we are outside and she continues to run even if she does not find me anywhere near her

As much as am glad that she is trying to be independent am also sad that she is growing up too soon, its true that girls grow up really fast. But hey she still holds my shawl or shirts when I am not around or she keeps saying "amma office". She hasnt grown that big and independent afterall :)