my daughters ware feeling a little lonely here for some days after we came back. but now they are readjusted.
now they don’t query about their father all day long but they enjoy his company as long as he is with them. their previous schedule of morning outing to get milk is again continued.
they are again asking their father to change his clothes when back from office or when they want to go out. as their father leaves to office they ask for the Tom-Jerry. and when the t.v. in turned on only the power failure would turn it off.
in between all these comes the request for several things like
“me tintin pas jaaye” (i want to go to see tintin),
“me ghumme jaaye” (i want to go out),
“me doosra khana chahiye” (i want another food),
“me baby kahan hai” (where is my toy),
“papa kahan hai ” (where is papa),
“me pant utaro” (can i take off my pant or i am taking off my pant),
“mummy ukki kao” (mummy play peekaboo),
“me kappa mawsh kanna” (i want to wash clothes),
“aur chahiye” (i want more),
“me nayee-nayee knna” (i want to take bath),
“cococh kahan hai” (where is the cockroach),
“ghoa chahiye” (become horse for me, in park it is a toy ride),
“gana chahiye” (play the music, or she wants the musical toy),
“ye papa ka hai?” (is it papa’s),
“kamma chahiye” (i want the blanket),
“commteter toma chahiye ” (play tom-jerry on computer),
“me booka chahiye” (i want book),
the list is endless, and these are the commonly used sentences. now-a-days they are busy in complaining about each other. the talking doesn’t limit to me only, they talk more to each other and to their toys and this thing is the sweetest part of it. in today morning Aaku was feeding the toy elephant and saying to it “baby khanna khao!” (baby, eat the food!!).
after our recent long break the house had become full of dust and dirt and I have still not finished the dusting as I am too busy with my daughters or I should say busy in solving the equation among them. they keep me busy all the day either by asking for something or by asking me to join them in their activities. sometimes one doesn’t want the other one to follow her and at the same time the other one wants to play with her, sometimes they are searching for each other, they do want the same things, new things, new tasks….. the list is endless.
just a few hours ago they both were asking for my purse. I gave them their worn out socks as the penny purse, I said it is sock purse, so that they have the same purse. my SIL laughs out at my such efforts saying I am fooling the kids. am I ?
in my earlier post I have shown the picture of flower bonnet. I posted the same pictures here and some of you asked me to share the pattern. so I wrote it down for you. this will be the first time I am writing a pattern so if there are any confusions feel free to ask me.
I used a 3.25mm hook
start with chain 5, sl st to form ring
row1: ch3, 13dc in ring, join to 3rd ch with sl st .
row2: ch3, dc in same st, dc in next dc, 1 fdc,* 2 dc, 1dc, 1 fdc* repeat in same manner, sl st at the end.
row3: ch3, dc in same st, 2dc, 2dc, 1fdc, *2dc, 2dc, 2dc, 1fdc* repeat in same manner, sl st at the end.
row4: ch3, 2dc, dc, dc, 2dc, dc, fdc, * dc, 2dc, dc, dc, 2dc, dc, fdc* repeat around, sl st at the end.
row5: ch3, 2dc, dc, 2dc, 2dc, dc,2dc, dc, fdc, * dc, 2dc, dc, 2dc, 2dc, dc,2dc, dc, fdc * repeat around, sl st at the end.
row6: ch3, hdc in next 4 sts, dc in next 4 sts, decrease 1, decrease 2, decrease 1, *dc in next 6 sts, decrease 1, decrease 2, decrease1,* repeat 5 times, dc in next 4 sts, hdc in next 4 sts, dc, turn
row7: ch3, hdc in each hdc, dc in each dc, work around turn
row 8: ch3, 4 hdc in next 4 sts, dc, 2dc, *dc in next 4 sts, 2dc in next sts,* repeat 11 times, hdc in next 4 sts, dc, turn
row9 – row 15: same as row 7
row16: ch3, hdc in next 4 sts, dc in next 4 sts, *5dc popcorn with second color, dc in next 5 sts with base color,* repeat 11 times, dc in next 4 sts with base color, hdc in next 4 sts with base color, dc with base color. turn
row17: working with base color ch3, hdc in next 4 sts, *dc in next 2 sts, 5dc popcorn with second color,* 22 times, dc in next three sts with base color, hdc in next 4 sts, dc, turn
row18: same as row 16.
row19: same as row 7.
now work for the strip
row20-row40: ch3, hdc in next 4 sts, dc turn.
stitch a button at the other end to attach the strip to.
I saw sweet panda in different colors here they are really cute. yesterday when I saw one of my daughter’s winter set (they are useless now) I imagined a panda in that color. and I was so much exited to imagine that couldn’t wait to make one. this is the final result
we are back in Bangalore. the girls are full of new experiences and so am I. they enjoyed every moment there with their grandparents be it dada-dadi or nana-nani. their days were full of new achievements and adventures. I am happy, as by this trip my girls learnt a lot and not by some book or media but by experiencing .
sharing some memories of the trip.
and I want to say something to my papa:
they both remember the rhyme you made , do you remember it
dog kaise ? bhoo bhoo
cow kaise ? maa maa
cat kaise ? mew mew
crow kaise ? kaa kaa
and I added a line to it ” achu/ aku kaise ? mummy mummy” 🙂
As I have told earlier, we will be leaving to home tomorrow. I will not be able to post for one and half months. So wish you all merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year in advance. I am posting these Christmas candles as the gift.
all you will need is-
thin cucumber slices
cottage cheese about 3 tbsp
salt to taste
Dip the slices in warm water, let them be there for a while and take out. This will make them soft enough to fold without any crack.
Add little salt to the cheese. Spread a little cheese over the slice and roll it to make candle. Put the tomato strip to add finishing to the candle.