Tuesday, February 26, 2008

What do you do when...

...your son looks at you, out of the blue, with a quizzical worried look in his eyes, and asks, "Mamma, are you happy with me? Even though I am a naughty boy."
My eyes misted over, and I replied, "Yes, my son. I couldnt be more happy."

14 comments:

  1. is he the cutest kid or what?

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  2. I'd be super relieved that my son cares about my feelings towards him. Cant go wrong with a kid like that.

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  3. reminds me of the song in Mr. India..
    "Lekin bacche naa kele tho ho jayenge bore". Tell him that.. he will get naughtier :)

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  4. aww... he is SO cute! :0)

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  5. And he is only 4 ?? Never heard that even from my 10 and 6 yr olds yet ! Infact they make plans during their holidays to see who is better at troubling/annoying mummy !!

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  6. Whatta charmer! :-)

    Send me your list of names, ok?

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  7. Nat: I think it was just reassurance time that he was not going to be sent to boarding aka Ishaan Awasthi.

    Preeti: Very very apt.

    Jayshree, Choxbox, Rayshma: Yup. Cute. And the next moment, dropped his power ranger action figure into his glass of milk so he wouldnt have to drink it.

    2bsmom: Oh that he does too! This was an offchance moment.

    MM: Will locate and email. GIve me a couple of days. The list is over four years old.

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  8. Awww.that was so sweet!! What a precious little boy you have!

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  9. this little boy!
    does he know you blog? does he know that one line or gesture from him and there are two hundred people in the audience crazily rummaging in the pocket for the tissues?

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  10. and could you smother him with a hug sent via subterranean cables and hardware?

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  11. Awwww.... but what prompted that question, I wonder?

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  12. nm, Swati: Yup. He's plays to the gallery.

    Sur:You know sometimes I wonder where it comes from...and so spontaneously, it would seem like somebody writes scripts for him...

    JLT: The thought that I was sad because he was refusing to drink his milk. At the obvious level.

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