Your Maasi Loves You
I am not this little one’s parent, but I am her Maasi. My baby has grown up, and now she has turned one this year. Earlier I used to hate children, but when I saw her first, I fell in love with her and till now I am madly in love with her.
Once she was crawling, and we all were watching Jhingaat dance, and suddenly she stood up and tried to dance. We all were surprised. It was such a happy moment for all of us. I witnessed her first steps as well.
Once she had a midnight stomachache, and she was crying uncontrollably, and we all wanted to know what happened but the baby was in miserable pain, and only the doctor could understand what was bothering her. We all were trying to pose like a cartoon to make her happy, and we played her poems, my whole family became joker in front of her, but my baby was in pain, and we felt helpless.
Once I was eating chocolate, and she came to me and said ‘mummmummm’, and I just made her lick that chocolate and she was so happy. It’s a delight to watch her, observe her. Sometimes I play with her by giving her lemon and record her expression. She is so cute and beautiful that I can’t stop myself from writing this. Hope you relate to this experience with your children.
P. S: I am fortunate to see my baby growing. I want to request all parents who are working that please take out some time for your child. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed, and you won’t regret it. You will love watching them. They won’t be that cute as they are in their childhood.Please, parents, ek bar fir se sab kuch bhul kar bache ban jaoo!
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