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Maturing up :P

Anay has crossed his 10 months and is now going towards his 11th. Ever since he crossed the 3rd Feb date, he has started understanding so much. You can see it on his face. He understands if you throw a ball at him and wait for him to do the same. Papaji played it with him and we have a nice video of doing the same with him. Papaji was making sounds like “Aaa” when throwing the ball, so you can see him making sounds too when throwing the ball. Yesterday, I pressed my palms on his cheeks and brought them down. Then I took his hands and did the same to my cheeks. Then, he did that again. Later, when Tarun was playing with him and did that to him, he repeated it to Tarun back. πŸ™‚ Tarun was overwhelmed. πŸ™‚
Simple moments, Blissful moments.
If mom-dad are having a cozy moment, then he would leave everything aside and jump in the middle. πŸ˜€
If someone is going out the gate, he’ll rush to the gate to go out. He doesn’t cry though, so that’s good part about it.
When anyone of us four returns from outside, we have to pick him up without any delay. Without waiting to keep my bags, I must take him into arms else he would freak out.
AND, he’s a true man. He dozes off when we take him to a mall. He, on the contrary, keeps wide awake when he take him to the park. He feels lost when mom n amma are getting ready for a party. He seems like “I fail to understand what’s the fuss about?!”. This is the kinda look he gives me. When I get all dressed up, and ask him. “Anay, mummy kaisi lag rahi hai.”, he’ll give me a look and then start looking elsewhere, as if he doesn’t care or as if he doesn’t recognize. God! It’s fun and funny at the same time.
Yesterday, we all were out for getting some bathroom fittings, so we all were engrossed in what mirror to chose, he got so tired of it, he started mumbling to himself. When no one paid attention, he started talking loudly. Then, you can’t ignore. Then, you have to leave everything and rush to get him his food.
The other day, Mji was trying to feed him daal-chawal. He wasn’t eating. She said “bataun abhi” and he started shouting to her, in a further louder tone. God, kids!
Till now, he can;t speak a word, yet he is most heard. I wonder what he’ll do when he actually starts speaking.
πŸ˜› πŸ™‚
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4 thoughts on “Maturing up :P

  1. Wait for that day when he will become verbal πŸ™‚ I don't remember if I mentioned on my blog or not but I have a neighbor who stays on the floor below mine and have a (now 3-4 years old) girl but when she first started talking you could hear her from quite far… I was so surprised to find her so talkative and it was just like few days back she couldn't speak and now her voice is the only thing you hear all the time… πŸ™‚

    Keep enjoying these experiences πŸ™‚

  2. Time flies. I am so excited and waiting for the day he starts talking. For us, he is talking even now, though. But still, the day when he 'actually' talks would be worth it too πŸ™‚
    I have a feeling that Anay would turn out to be quite talkative too, but with limited audience. He is a combination of me n Tarun πŸ˜› Can't be all silent as he's mine ;), and can't be all open coz he's mostly Tarun's! πŸ˜€
    Hahahaha! Ohh, joys of parenthood. They don't stop amusing you.

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