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When I think of it, its so true!Our children bring to our notice such obvious things that we otherwise tend to ignore!
hmm interesting way to put it :)
now that is quite profound.
One of the sounds is the diaper filling up.
wow..i dont have kids...but guess its a mom's insight and must be 100% true!Btw its been so long...hows u doing?
true.. if u don't pay attention when they are telling u.. the scream like hell
Hi ~nm: i agree completely! Am looking forward to lots of such little lessons on the way. Hi Raaji: :-) thanksHi Dharma: It is, or then, is it? ;-) Hi Phosgene: Ha ha! No, surprisingly, he does that job quietly :-) Hi ekta: Its been long all right! Me gud, how have u been?Hi ithcie: I m taking a lot of guidance from urs and artnavy's old blog entries.
Amazing isn't it! Sounds can even define ones environment. In one of my classes we were asked to capture the first five sounds we hear (not listen to) in the morning; the results were a revealation!
I try the crying bit with my wife, but she still won't let me have an X-Box. Somethings just don't work after a certain age...
Children are wonderful little bundles of joy.
I have the same thing only with huskies. Yukon howls when he wants soemthing and it isn't wise to ignore an animal with half-inch fangs, I don't care how domesticated he is!!
We all try dont we .. some are bold enough to communicate when they are helpless.I think as we grow up we just dont want to depend on people or is it because we just dont trust them anymore.... hmm .. I hate being a grown up !
Hi id it is: Yep, i also try to do that exercise sometimes - to close your eyes and focus on the sounds for about a minute. The results are great! Hi PG: Your comments always have me laughing! :-) Hi exseno: That they are :-) Hi Blackcougar: Me hates being grown up too!
:)*wishes and dreams riding on stardust it seems*and this aligns so well with ur upar wali post, how much a child can teach us, kitna kuch...
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