Saturday, May 25, 2013

Silly Saturday: Home delivery


Just like any other toddler Smera has a weakness when it comes to mobile phones. So as over-protective mobile lovers we got her a little toy phone almost a year ago. She didn't quite like it then, obviously was not as interesting as ours. But suddenly she has taken a liking to the toy. She loves to pretend having serious conversation over her toy phone.

Here is an excerpt from the conversation tapped by MBI. Yes you guessed it right Mommy Bureau of Investigation.

Smera: Hello Saravana? Do you have two illy (read idly)?

Smera: Daddy what do you want? Dosa?

Daddy: Yes angel!

Smera: Excuse me one dosa. No oil and coffee.



This is our regular order on Friday mornings at Sarvana but what made us laugh is the seriousness with which Smera efficiently ordered over the phone.

Lesson to learn: Never underestimate a two and half year old's ears! 

Image: gettyimages.ae

30 comments:

  1. Ha ha ...Reminds me of an ad I see on TV for Johnson and Johnson where a little baby girl imitates her mommy on the phone...Sweet!

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  2. Haha, how cute was this! Smera seems like a total darling! Like I said before, you make me want to have kids :)

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    Cheers!

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    1. Thank you Soumya and congratulations girl on your award !!

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  3. kids of the age .. :) there is a sense of pride as well to see your kid learning things faster :) I feel, although I am still far away from being a parent.

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    1. Jack absolutely, it amazes us and also fills are hearts with pride too .. She always takes us by surprise ..

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  4. Awww, I am falling in love with Smera already.

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    1. I am sure Smera would really like this comment :D

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  5. cute conversation. Would love to hear audio. Such incidences happen because of sheer innocence of children. Its lifelong song experience for parents :-) TY for sharing these moments with us !

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    1. Maybe next time I hope to get it on my dictaphone .. I am glad you enjoyed it!!

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    1. Thanks Malini .. hope to see you here regularly !!

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  7. Placing orders? Sounds familiar. :)
    My little one also says 'illy'.

    Cute post. :)

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  8. Kids have the greatest imaginary conversations. :)

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  9. such a cute child :) no oil and coffee :D hahha. loved your concluding line "never ever underestimate any kids ears"
    very good post :)

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  11. Aww, that is so sweet :) I can imagine how kids just watch and learn, wow!!! :) Seems so magical!
    Cheers,
    Deepa

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  12. Hah ha...yes we should never estimate toddlers...they are far much more intelligent nowadays...!!!

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  13. what else can make life happy than tender petite's :)

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  14. LMAO that is too too cute!!! Aw Smera you are so cute! :D

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