Pati-times are here again!

Hey folks! I am going to be very busy with my little moppet who is visiting us this month. I am not sure how much of blog posting I would have time to do. I will be spending all HER waking hours with her.

It is so wonderful to have her order us around asking us to ‘sit here,’ or ‘read this, pati/thatha,’ or keeping us regaled with her prattle. We need to organise all those outings and trips….

So please bear with me if I am erratic in updtating my blog and do stay with me till I return!

See you around then!

22 comments

  1. Merry and enjoying Christmas holidays,.

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    1. Wish you a very happy New Year too, Pramod 🙂

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  2. Enjoy yourself! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Zephyr aunty (since you are Vinnis mum, I hope you don’t mind my calling you that) :)!

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    1. Thanks Richa. You have a wonderful new year too! From counting the days, we are reduced to counting hours before the little one goes back. And no, I absolutely don’t mind you calling me aunty. You are a kid; I have women older than me calling me aunty and I don’t mind even that 😀

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  3. Enjoy maadi…

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    1. Oh yeah. Time is just flying by and in a few days, we will just be hashing and rehashing the days and her antics…till the next time 😦

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  4. and also sing the song “Delhiku raja nalum pati solla thatathey” 😀 ofcourse you can change the lyrics to rani 😀

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    1. What? Pati solla thattathey? It is more like pethi solla thattathey 😀 We run around fulfilling her commands — ‘Pati, sit here.’ Thatha play with me! 😀

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  5. Haha… have fun! 🙂 cant wait to see how she is now!! Cute as ever i am sure 🙂

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    1. Cuter than ever, Sahitya! Wait till you see her!

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  6. Have a wonderful time with your granddaughter!

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    1. Thanks for that Smitha 🙂 We are having a gala time 😀

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  7. ooooooh!!
    enjoy enjoy 😀

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  8. Have fun with your bundle of joy :))

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    1. thanks Purba. Catching up with the blog for a brief while.

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  9. Dont do this to me. After reading all about your grand children I feel like having mine. My children are not obliging. Happy holidays. You’ll be rejuvenated.

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    1. Hey Pratibha, don’t take it so hard. Let them do it in their time. It is much more fun when it happens then. Sabr ka phal meetha hota hai na?

      We are having a blast, trying to organise outings for the two-and-half year old member of the family. It would have been great if my son could have come along, but what to do? At least the chachu is there, so I am happy 🙂

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  10. Bla…Bla…. first, Blog later!

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    1. Thanks SRA. We are having the time of our lives with the little one.

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  11. Have loads of fun time 🙂 .. Cheers.

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    1. Thanks Mayank. Got up extra early to check the blog and reply comments. Wonderul time and the days are passing so fast! 😦

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