A random scene at home :)

A mother-daughter duo, after spending a considerable part of the day playing teacher-student( which is a much favoured game in the house BTW), is about to call it a day.

The mother, looking at the holocaust state of the house, this li’l pretend-play has brought about, tries her best to keep her teacherly-calm intact

Mother (still in the polite teacher-mode) : School time over, sweetheart! Its time to tidy up! C’mon lets pick up your blocks and put them back in the trunk and keep your books back in the shelf, shall we??

Daughter (clearly not in the mood to go along with the game or in other words, not in the mood to listen to her mom) : Oh no, our play-time is over, remember? You’re not Miss Y now! You be my Mama, ok?

Ok, then, as you say, darling….

Mother (in her usual loud demonic tone) : NAMNAM, PICK UP YOUR BLOCKS AND PUT THEM IN THE TRUNK, AND KEEP YOUR BOOKS BACK IN THE SHELF OR ELSE I’M GOING TO THROW THEM IN THE BIN!!!

Daughter (clearly shaken up by this threat) :Thats ok, Mama, you can be Miss Y! Lets tidy up together, shall we??

Mother: πŸ™„ πŸ™„ πŸ™„ πŸ™„

PS: The mother, in her defense, would like to state that she exercises the option of threat only when she runs out of options like coaxing, pleading, cajoling, bribing, etc. to get her daughter to listen to her sometimes.

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Yes, yes, I’m still very much alive and so is this blog :D. Unfortunately have hardly had the time to update it or read other blogs too :(. There have been days when I’ve had a lot of things running in my mind which I felt like sharing but when I got around to jotting those fleeting thoughts down, they seemed so irrelevant that I ended up discarding them.

Even though I have only been away for about 10-12 days, it seems as though I’ve been away for many many days. And this may go on for a few more days as I’m in the midst of moving houses, packing for a short trip to Delhi(which both Namnam & I are very excited about as we’ll get to spend the New Year with our family).

Dont know how soon I’ll be back, but will be for sure :). So till then, adios!

Keep blogging and blog-hopping!

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32 thoughts on “A random scene at home :)

    1. Ha ha silly Mamma, u dnt know when u hv to be Mamma and when u hv to be MissY. Thatz ok, our smarty kutty will teach u well πŸ˜‰

      D: He he, she seems to be well on her way πŸ˜€

      Gud luck with the move and wishing u a gr8 time here Deeps πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

      D: Thanks a ton, Swaru! you booked your tickets?? πŸ˜‰

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  1. Oh dear…Namnam is so cute, when she told u to be Miss Y !!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Of course, they prefer the teachers to the mothers… LOL !!! πŸ˜‰

    Have a fun trip in Delhi. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    D: Thank you, Ums πŸ™‚

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  2. you just came back with this little post to tell that you’re again leaving,huh !

    LOL @ the scene BTW and at your explanation for threatening poor namnam πŸ˜‰

    Have fun in Delhi and keep peeping in this world too..feels good to know you’re around πŸ™‚

    D: Awww…and it feels superb to read such nice comments, Nu. Thanks so much πŸ™‚

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  3. LOL… same story this side too… got to use the threat option from time to time!! πŸ˜€

    D: Good to see someone sailing in the same boat πŸ˜€

    Happy vacations!
    Cheers πŸ™‚

    D: Thanks πŸ™‚

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  4. Aww! Bad bad Mamma! Why are you terrorizing poor Namnam? She is such a cutie pie!

    D: I’m going to invite you, N & Kunju over to stay with us for a few days anyway as soon as we have settled down in our new house. One day, Smits, just one day and you’ll get to see the real Namnam :D. She may be at the best of her behavior in front of others, but at home she knows how to make things as difficult as possible for her Amma.

    Atleast you get to be a teacher – I am Joseph and she is Mary at the moment 😦 She is full of christmas tales these days 😦

    D: Ha ha ha! Awww, the concert, right?? Hows that coming about?

    Have a wonderful trip, Deeps! Can’t tell you how envious I am of you πŸ™‚

    D: Thank you, Smits. And you’re going to have a fantastic holiday yourself in the Disneyland. But yes I know what you mean, celebrating New year with family is always special :). I cant tell you how excited Namnam is, Smits. She is so looking forward to it!

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  5. Kids are so smart, seriously. Thank your stars she didn’t say that now, I’ll be Miss Y and you be Namnam πŸ™‚ and ask you to tidy up the place.

    D: Oh I’ll not be surprised if she says that too, Rakesh. Maybe in a few days she will. I had better think of an alternative option πŸ˜€

    Wonder why does everyone grow up and loose their innocence.

    And only ten days and you’re feeling sorry, I’ve not blogged for 3 months now… and happens with me too – think about a post but by the time get down to writing, it feels so irrelevant.

    D: Hai, na! Chalo you also revive your blog with a non-post like me, or better still jump on the wordless-wednesday-bandwagon πŸ˜€

    Enjoy your time in Delhi, Have Fun.

    D: Thank you, Rakesh πŸ™‚

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  6. Wohhooo…. Namnam reminds me of my childhood days….

    Agreed that nothing works better than a loud scream from mom… It still works in my case…. πŸ˜‰

    D: Sometimes the screams doent work too, Tanishka, thats when I have to use this threat option :D. Thankfully she is quite possessive about her books and toys, so she cant think about sacrificing them for anything πŸ˜€

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  7. Ahaaa, I got one more person in my fight against you ! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ I will be the great uncle who gets her ice creams and chocolates and shes on my side ! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    oh no, dont take breaks pls. I just came back, na?

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    1. You get her ice-creams and chocolates, you will be his favorite uncle, take it from me :D.

      You dont want me to take a break, Vims, seriously?? Here I thought you’d be the happiest if I was not there to pull your legs 😈

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  8. awwwwwwwwww poor NamNam… You shouted at the little girl how can u ………

    Kids are much clever then parents So i hope The Teacher ooops let me say the SMART teacher helped the little one … in cleaning πŸ™‚

    Bikram’s

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  9. I read this post the day u posted, but didn’t get time to comment..I hate busy times you know 😦

    Namnam is damn adorable..loads of love to her..

    but I can understand..I see my niece growing up these days..she is a brat! and I love her πŸ™‚

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  10. Awwww…. heartwarming! Down to the threat! Sounds verrrrrryyyy familiar, hereabouts too; would you believe there are times when I still have to say this, to two grown hulking young men, when they visit on leave! So it’s ok πŸ™‚

    Have a great time at home! Regards to your mother too!

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  11. ROFL!!! Deeps, that was too darn cute, you saying lovingly that you will be mommy, and then mechanically yelling! Hahahahah!!!

    You adorable mommy! *namnam is not agreeeing, she prefers the teacher*

    Let me know when you’re in India, Pliss!!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    Hugs!!

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