Season’s Updates:)

Hope you all had a great Diwali!

Vyas has crossed a stage where comparisons don’t hurt him anymore.. He is okay with his 7 yr old sis and 2.8 yr old brother being comfortable with crackers.. “Its ok. Let them do it. They like it. They are not scared of fire and explosions. I don’t like it. And it scares me”, he says. He reasoned that we could have bought a beyblade base stadium in the amount we spent on crackers! Which was an amount of thousand odd rupees between 3 families. It indeed is a big amount and I totally agree that it is a huge waste of money.. The hubby and I are not ‘crackers’people. Its a different matter that I have enjoyed a loot during my school days and took great pride in breaking the max.no of Waterbury’s tonic bottles by using them as rocket ‘launchers’ or competing with friends on who will light the max number of atom bombs and Lakshmi vedis held in hand and thrown aloft just before it explodes. Looking back, i now realize how dangerous it was and how stupid I have been. But then, I don’t remember my parents or those of my friends supervising! We all used to sun-dry the crackers for a week before Diwali and pray hard for the rain-gods to stay away (RM, are you reading this.. those were the only times I did not want rains:)) With Vyas, we have wanted him to outgrow the fear and it doesn’t help with a house full of cousins, aunts and uncles having fun bursting crackers and only your child has withdrawn into a room, shutting both the ears with the hands. He did not withdraw as much this time, but managed to ‘stay away’. I’m giving up this effort from the next year because I realize it is not worth it. We all have our bogarts isn’t it?

It has been a different story with Varun. Few high’lights’:

Varun lights a flower pot with his dad in tow. Is awed by the effect and goes — waaaaaaaaooowwww! And follows it up with several wows every time he lights one! Anna is miffed and thinks we are putting his baby-brother at risk.
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Varun: Dei anna, vaa daa, pattachu vedhikalaa.. (respected anna, come, let us fire crackers)

Vyas: Naan varale (am not coming)

Varun: Jollyaa ikkun daaaa (it will be fun..)

Vyas: Nee vedi da. Am not coming! (you go ahead..)

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Amma: Naan light off panna poren! (am switching off the light!)

Varun: pleeeese maaa.. spyinmins kaeeechi. (any guesses people?)
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He loves watching movie songs. A discreet attempt at switching channels when something ugly comes up, is met with- enakku dappankutthu pakkanummmm.. Someone save me pleazzzz!!

His current fav songs are :

Bum bum bole from Taare Zameen Par
Ennamo edho from Kho
Kaalankaathale from Vengai(its anna’s current fav too though he wouldn’t admit.. rolls his eyes when challenged!)
Enna solla pore from Vengai?

Hosanna from VTV remains his all time fav.

He sang, he danced and was generally living it up!
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Being a true V-blood, he has inherited our famous temper. No hints here. EVERYONE in the v-household is short-tempered, and Varun is no exception. The only difference is that he is utterly cute at such times (if i may say so myself:))! He calls us all names and how-

He lets out a quick –raaaskall– and realizes he has made a mistake because he steals a quick glance at me and catches me glaring at him. Wanting to believe that he didn’t actually say it, continues with – rashagulla (rasagulla), gulaap champhan (gulaab jaamun), myshoor-paak (mysore-pak).. The anna is of course, not content.. he helps him with kaju kathli, doodh peda, jalebi, badam halwa etc.. Yes, it was in keeping with the Diwali season:) Like always, I counseled myself with – This too shall pass! And I hope it does.

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PS: Am resisting the urge to provide a Junoon-translation (remember) of the kidspeak.. excuse the ones that still make their way here:)) The Junoon Tamizh deserves not one but several separate posts:)

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10 thoughts on “Season’s Updates:)

  1. Super-like this post.

    Vyas has mastered the ‘art of living happily’ and at such a young age. Va..re..vah! ๐Ÿ˜€
    And Varun.. what do I say?! Cuteness max! Kuzhandaingalukku drishti suthhi podunga!

    And ‘spyinmins kaeeechi’ – Is it ‘5 mins kazhuchi’??

  2. Kids are an eternal part of your happiness and that is clearly shown in the post here…. I love the way Vyas is scary of crackers and protective of Varun – multi-feelings… Lovely brothers and a proud Mommy…

    AK

  3. Varun.. I love you da.. is it 5 mins kazhichu? super cute..
    And Vyas how can he be so matured at this age? Not getting caught in peer pressure.. kudos to you my boy..

  4. Ha ha ha! Ofcourse, it shall pass ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I ws just like u Vidya, the competition – who bursts more! and now feeling it was dangerous and stupid ๐Ÿ™‚ Cn so relate to that whole thing!

    Err was that 5 mins he asked for the light thingy?

    Ha ha! Luv the swear words ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. ๐Ÿ™‚ cuties! I adore ved for his thoughts – eppadi vidya he is unlike u & vasu ๐Ÿ˜‰ varun is a typical kiddo – enjoying everything ๐Ÿ™‚ loved his style of ‘5 mts please’ “spyinmins kaeeechi” ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Nice of you all ladies and laedaas:) yes, it is mazhalai for 5 mins:) and yes, i;ve often thought we picked the wrong babies from the hospital.. only give-away is their ISSTRONG semblance to the dad.. which is bad:|

  6. Hope you guys had a nice Diwali!!! Would love to see you guys… Nice post about craft.. You take pictures with every stage.. that’s what i love about your post…. ๐Ÿ™‚ Keep blogging..

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