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Rainbow colour🌈🌈🌈

Chhori is 3.5 years old now and she is getting so smart day by day. The other day, AS wanted her to wear a twinkle toes shoes which was purple in colour but lights up in different colours.

So the father daughter had the following conversation

Chhori : “Papa I want a rainbow shoes please.”

AS: “Put on these shoes (pointing to the purple shoe), it has rainbow lights, red, blue, pink, white and black.

Chhori: “No papa, that’s is not a rainbow” and started singing the song.

Red and yellow and pink and green, Purple and orange and blue

I can sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow too

That is rainbow papa, not white and black and other colours.”

AS: “Ohoo Sorry, I meant colourful shoes.”

Now who can argue with her as she is telling the facts?

I love to eavesdrop into father daughter conversation, it always manages to make me smile.

Take care everyone,

M from nepaliaustralian

XOXO  

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Ask google :)

I am sure, I can write a book full of conversation we have with Chhori these days. She is very observant and a quick thinker that it is easy to forget that she is only 3.5 years old.

One thing we seems to lose a lot in our household is the TV remote. I am constantly looking for it.

Me: “AS, have you seen the TV remote.

AS: “Check on the table, I saw it there last.

Me: “No, I looked everywhere, can’t see it.”

I saw Chhori walking to the room so,

Me: “Chhori, have you seen the TV remote.”

Chhori; “No mama but you can ask Google.

Me and AS started laughing because we never have thought that would be the answer 🙂.

The kids these days have no idea what life was like without technology. I constantly find her talking to Google Home asking to play song, turn on/off the light or turn on/off the TV. She thinks every screen on phone and laptop is touch screen and Google has been a part of our everyday life as we use it so often. No wonder she thinks I can ask Google to find the remote too 🙂.

Please do share your own experience.

Take care ,

M from nepaliaustralian
XOXO  

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Nominations open for NEPALIAUSTRALIAN’s Blog Award 2018

I want Pink room

First of all I am very sorry that I have been MIA for a while. Thank you so much everyone who DM me on Instagram and twitter and emailed to check if everything is OK.

Yes, everything is ok. It is just that we bought a new house and the packing, moving and unpacking has been taking up all my spare time and I didn’t have much time to update the blog.

I promise to be more regular now.

When we moved 5 years ago, it was a breeze as we moved from a one bedroom apartment to a 3 bedroom one. But this move was crazy and massive.

I don’t know how and when we collected so much stuff. It took almost a month to do all the packing, a whole day to move with the help of friends and family and I am still unpacking.

One of my missions while unpacking is to declutter so we have less stuff. Seriously, sometimes I wonder why we collect so much stuff.

With Chhori, we have so much toys and clothes and shoes, I couldn’t believe it when I was packing. Kids these days are definitely spoiled compared to what I grew up with.

So we unpacked the essentials first, which means Chhori’s room decoration wasn’t done straight after moving. Decoration was not even on my mind when Chhori came to me and had the following conversation.

Chhori : “I want my old room back.”

Me: “What do you mean?”

Chhori: “I like my old room in old house.”

Me: “This is your room now and you have the same stuff from your old room.”

Chhori : “But it is not pink.”

Then I realised that, I haven’t used her normal linen and curations and decorations to make the room pink.

Me: “Ok, this weekend I will make your room pink.”

Chhori : “I love you Mama.”

I am glad at least it is easy to make her happy  🙂

Have a great week everyone.

Take care everyone,

M from nepaliaustralian

XOXO

Gender of the child should not limit the choice of toys

As a society, especially in the western world, we are so driven by the unwritten rule of the society that we don’t even stop to think before following it.

I was surprised and annoyed when one of my friends commented that Chhori has boy’s toys like cars, trucks and buses.

But this is not the first time I have heard such comments. When Chhori was a baby, I had her dress in onesies which was had blue stripes and someone commented on Facebook, “How cute is the baby boy”. I don’t know this person (friend of my friend) but just by the colour of the clothes Chhori was wearing, she judged the gender of the child.

I have to admit, Chhori’s wardrobe is full of pink outfits but she also has blue dresses.

In the same way she has dolls but she also has cars and trucks. She actually plays with cars and trucks more than dolls at this stage.

Chhori (1)

She may turn out to be a girly girl in the future but I still want her to make her own decision on what toys she wants to play with, not just dolls and dress ups. It is my job to try to expose her to a wide range of toys, games and activities so she doesn’t get ideas that certain interests are only suitable for males or females.

I think it is not appropriate to tell children what their interests should be. If they are never offered the chance, a child may never find out if they enjoy a certain toy or style of play.

Do you agree with me? Please share your opinion about gender division of colour, toys and games for children.

Take care everyone,

M from nepaliaustralian

XOXO