Thursday, January 22, 2009

Feelings

Today's conversation in the car while dropping Cantaloupe to school who was unusually dull
Me: Chinni, you are so dull today... what is the matter
She: Amma I am sad
Me (is she pretending again?): Hey ... you were just alright few minutes back ... what happened?
She: I want Ajji
Me: Ajji is in India
She: But why? Why can't she be here with us?
Me: She has to take care of ajja
She: Let chikki take care (chikki is my sister)
Me: Chikki stays here and has to take care of Chikkappa

She was silent for a few seconds and I could see she was sad ...
Me: Come on, cheer up ... I don't like my daughter to be sad ...
She: But amma ... Everybody has feelings ... I am sad. I really am feeling sad.

8 comments:

Kodi's Mom said...

:)
how do they learn big words like feelings?

~nm said...

Aww..

Our kids keep leaving us amazed with their vocabulary! Don't they?

Pixie said...

:)

Kids do say the darnest things don't they?! (that's a word right?!)
Please do let me know to which mail id I can mail u at? :-)

Sujatha said...

I call D Chinni too, sometimes, along with a 100 other names. :) Hugs to the poor thing.

Cantaloupes.Amma (CA) said...

@Kodi's mom: Oh well... she reminds of words I have almost forgotten !

@nm: They never fail to amaze parents !

@pixie: My id: cantaloupes.amma@gmail.com

@Sujatha: Another Chinni :) well, you must read the most embarrassing post of them all where I had listed the fond names I call my kid with ... chinni is just bland :)

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