Two reasons why I AM very important…

…to some people at least.

7.15 a.m. and I am rushing out of home

Nilah (3) runs to the door. “Amma you didn’t give me a kiss”

Was awarded a million-watt smile when I obliged.

1.30 p.m. at work

Oviya (10) calls. “Amma when are you taking a break and coming home?”

Me: What for? You need something?

Oviya: Yes, I need to give you a hug.

What demanding kids I have! Tough being a parent.


7 thoughts on “Two reasons why I AM very important…

  1. Kisara says:

    You know those boards they hang on cars, after weddings that say “MARRIED” attached with tin cans and streamers and stuff ? Can I hang one on yours with hearts and crayons and ribbons and a colourful baby shoe or two, saying “LOVED”?!

  2. Laksha says:

    awww! Loved the “get back here so I can give you a hug bit”! I hug and kiss my boys and they squirm and giggle but rarely do I get them to be like that with me. 🙂 daughters get more expressive as they grow older and sons don’t I guess 😦

  3. Louella Flens says:

    Before babies starts walking, they don’t need shoes. In fact, supportive shoes like hard-soled Mary Janes may actually get in the way of your child’s developing mobility. Socks, booties, and soft-soled baby shoes are useful for warmth, but bare feet are fine, too…

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