She is just one and a half years old and…
Akshara is already showing signs of things to come. Sometime back, we were to go out shopping. So, Vidhya had dressed up Akshara in a pink and white dress with matching hair-clips (of course they have to match, isnt it?)
I got the task of putting on the shoes. So, i got a pair (which i thought was the closest match) and started requesting/begging/pleading Akshara to stay put in one place. But, she was vehemently denying all such requests and was constantly pointing in the direction of the shoe cupboard and saying “Shoe, Shoe…”. I didn’t quite understand. But, after realising that she was not interested in putting on the shoes, i let her go. Off she walked to the cupboard, opened it and started searching inside. Then, with a big smile on her face, she came back with a pair and gave it to me and said “Shoe.Shoe..”. This time , she cooperated and in fact was happy was this pair. Well, if you are interested in the pair she picked, look below!
Well, my concern isn’t exactly towards her choice of the colour of the shoe. Being different sometimes is equal to “highly fashionable”, but the fact that she was insisting on wearing a shoe of her choice is what made me realise that she had grown up.And, she is just one and a half years old….