Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Priceless Gift


"Mumma... What's in there?" .... Arnav asked his mother.
"A gift for you"
"Gift? What gift? Car? Aeroplane?"
"No darling"
"Then what? Can I see it mumma?"
"Not now. You'll have to wait."
"How long?"
"Until it's time"

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"Daadi, when will mumma come home?"
"In a few minutes beta.... with your gift."

Arnav wondered about this gift. Everyone have been telling him about this. But what was that?
Just then his parents came and he stared at the bundle in his mother's hands.

"Arnav, this is the gift I promised you. Your little sister. Be with her and take care of her always. She's all yours."

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35 comments :

  1. What a sweet post (and picture). I love the child's-eye-view of this momentous experience. Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. Aww :) Something similar happened when my kid bro was born. Sweet story :D

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    1. Mom said to be directly.... I was a too old to take up the other way round ;)

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    1. Tried to get to your blog... but couldn't. If you don't mind could you share your blog link here :)

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  4. A unique take on the prompt!
    A precious little gift ~ a sister :D

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  5. What a wonderful way to approach the imminent arrival of a baby. The brother would feel a sense of pride too. Thank you for visiting http://bit.ly/JBC6am

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    1. Babies are always a gift... :)... Thanks for been here :)

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  6. Aww!! That's such a sweet and beautiful gift! Loved this one, Sheethal! :)

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  7. Precious and priceless! So beautifully expressed. :)

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  8. Aww....how heart warming...so cute...and the picture is lovely too :)

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  9. Kids are always curious when they have to deal with toddlers younger than them. I'm thinking of how my parents would have handed me to my 2 year old sis when I was born. Ah, memories :-)

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    1. In my case, my parents handed me my brother when I was 10. So they didn't had a hard time then I guess. .. :)

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  10. Awww so cute! <3 best gift ever, I can safely say that :D *survival stories* :P

    Richa

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    1. I'm still trying to survive each day from my brother's "love" ;)

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  11. Oh that is just precious! I love it! ♥

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  12. A post filled with freshness and sweetness.....

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  13. That's so sweet. What a lovely gift.

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  14. This is so touching and hez such a lucky boy-gift made with love and warmth. He will cherish her forever. How I wish I was back to be a lil' boy:)
    http://vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/100-words-on-sayurday-2014-1-my-little-sister

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