My both the sons are my best buddies.Who else? They make me laugh like crazy, they wipe my tears, give me immense joy and moreover share their fears and secrets with me.
They both never dissappoint me when it comes to have fun. I feel young in their company. Tarun pampers them both whereas I do the dirty stuff of lecturing and putting restrictions in the name of grooming them. Does it make any difference to them?
Times have changed. What was right for us might be outdated for them. Our food, music, fashion, values and even social behavior used to be so different from the present generation stuff. Now you can’t behave like parents with your grown ups. If you dictate terms they will go away. But then why should we do it anyway?
They want to be treated as independent individuals and I have observed one thing, pardon me if I am wrong, that the present generation is smarter and has ability to take practical decisions. We were emotional fools, they aren’t. They know the power of money and spend selfishly ( I mean mostly on them). They start saving at early age and very good at financial management.
I had started working when I was eighteen. Today when I look back I wonder what have I done with all that money I earned over the years? Only collected articrafts, house items, clothes, shoes, jewelry or in other words “junk”. No solid saving for old age. No, I am not cribbing nor I regret because I was doing what I felt right. Perhaps I never earned so much. I am learning from my buddy, my son who has shared some fantastic investment ideas.
All said and done my sons give immense happiness to us. Tarun is my soulmate but my brats are real buddies who are there for me always.
That is so true. I often ask my youngest his opinion because he gives a good answer often advice
They are much aware in their age. We were not exposed to such knowledge during our college days. Media has made them wiser.
Oh and I fogot to say. love the photos, wonderful family
So sweet. It means a lot.
so sweet a response for the prompt â˜ºï¸
Love your take on the prompt. Love the cuteness of the photos. Love the sweet smiles too… 🙂
That is so sweet of you to say so. I am so glad to know that you love cuteness of the post.
Oh yes, it was a great post. 🙂
You’re welcome! 🙂
wonderful family (handsome boys) and love the opening selfie – 🙂
Thanks and it was one of those better ones otherwise selfies can be at times so funny to look at.