Thursday, January 22, 2009

What do you do when...

..your son picks up the shirt, that you have taken out to wear that morning, looks at it questioningly and asks "Yeh shirt kis bachhe ki hai?" (This shirt belongs to which kid?). And when I said its mine, he looks at me with raised brows and says "Yeh to aapke liye chhoti hai. Yeh aapko nahi aayegi." (This is small for you. It won't fit you.)

I suddenly felt so 'fat' hearing his comment and that too right in the morning!!

:(

Edited to add: The shirt size was 'L' and was bought 2-3 months after delivery to fit my huge size in.

19 comments:

  1. LOL ! You should have felt good right after wearing the shirt..thinking that aapko bachee ki shirt aa gayi :)

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  2. awww..that's okay...

    look at this way, when you wear it, you look at yourself and say, see, it fit perfectly...

    besides, what do boys know? ;)

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  3. ha ha - suma and swati already told wht i wanna tell :)

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  4. Oh, he's just a kid and probably knows nothing about clothes sizes yet. In fact, if he thinks the clothes you wear look like a kid's, you should take it as a compliment!

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  5. ha ha ha ! I agree with others. A good point, isn't it?

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  6. @all: thats one way to feel good about yourself but will you think so when you are wearing size 'L' that you had bought just months after delivery looking at your huge size? :|

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  7. Lol..! Quite a depressing way to start your day I must say :D

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  8. hehe! he is just a kid! maaf kardo usse! :p

    cheers!

    abha

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  9. Your munda is naughty... thats what i decide from ur post.
    he is damn cute though.

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  10. LOL! He's a boy! what do they know about anything other than Ben10? Ignore him. and if you can fit into the L bought for your after-delivery period, then, unless you've put on more weight from when we last met, why! you never put on too much during your pregnancy. :-D There! Happy?

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  11. I am laughing.He is a man, so please forgive him.

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  12. Ah. He must have seen quite a few rendezvous with cakes !

    But you bet, he is super cool !!

    :)

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  13. Moral of the story: Betu needs some lessons in the category of large, medium small, smallest :-)

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  14. Good! already deciding for you.Most of the times their choice of colours for you are quite right. My sons have always been right. So go ahead & listen. His is an unbiased view.

    Enjoy!

    Rashmi

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  15. I learnt the art of being selectively deaf ;) Try it :)

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