Monday, October 4, 2010

Traveling, Now Relaxing with my Little Boss.

For the last one month, I've been pretty busy, traveling, meeting clients and visiting places. The difficult part is that I couldn't spend much time with my son, as work commitments had to be prioritized. Finally, today, I am back with my son, enjoying his non stop chatter and litany of little complaints and demands. When he saw that I am back, I can't stop thinking about the way his eyes lit up and his smile seemed to be brighter than the day. He put his little arms around me, and began talking and talking about everything I had missed hearing.

Today, i don't care what parenting rules I am violating, but I am going to let my kid boss me, because I missed him so much and I just don't have the heart to say "no" on this very day. Maybe its too soft an approach but I am just going by my intuitive feeling while dealing with my four year old, than go by rules, regulations and techniques.

Last but not the least, I am glad to be back blogging. Missed u all, too.

9 comments:

Mridula said...

Good to hear about breaking the rules!

nituscorner said...

welcome back. hope u had a pleasant trip.
yea kids grow up too fast. so enjoy your days with your little one.

chitra said...

Very nice to see you back.Enjoy and have fun with your son.

....Petty Witter said...

So good to have you back. You sound like such a wonderful father, you break the rules.

R. Ramesh said...

oh so u were travelling..i was wondering y no news fm yr side..good to hear u enjoyed boss..nitu has given u the right suggestion: enjoy your days with your little one..

Sanand said...

Thank you all so much for the warm welcome and encouraging words, feels great to be back blogging and connecting with each and everyone of you.

Haddock said...

You are doing the right thing.
These moments don't come by again.

subu said...

Oh.. go for it...during those days when my younger daughter was a kid.. I had to visit her 'virtual' kitchen and have her lavish 'lunch' served in splendour! With boys it may be a joy ride in his kid race car... enjoy!

Sanand said...

@Haddock and Subbu - Thanks, I am all for enjoying right now:) Glad that all of you are encouraging me to have fun without guilt.