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10 very important things I learnt from my children

Mothers Day Pictures, Images and Photos

Really sorry--I have had to remove this post as it will soon appear in a book. Making it available online would have been very unfair to my publisher who has placed so much trust in me. I hope you enjoy the other posts as much as you enjoyed this one. A heartfelt thanks for your support and understanding.Thanks for continuing to read what I write.

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  1. Happiest of mother's days to you dear Preeti. You wear motherhood like a badge of honour and rightly so-you shine in the role!!!

    I hope your day is relaxing, full of tight hugs and i loooovvvvvvvve you's. You deserve it.

    xoxo

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  2. "A tight hug topped with a kiss can solve all most problems." - so very true!!

    A very happy mother's day to the best of them all, as Purvi would say :-)

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  3. happy mothers day to you :)

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  4. so true, so very true...

    happy happy mother's day to you, preeti...

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  5. I have a sore throat for the past few days... i called my mother and up and wished her..instead for acknowledging that, she started giving me her mode made nuskhas, given my baitha hua awaaz...and that was so warming...

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  6. wish you a very happy mothers day. mothers like you are an inspiration to a new mom (not so new actually)like me.

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  7. Wishing you a very Happy Mother's Day, Preeti! :)

    Point 4 is soooooo true! ;)

    Have a fabulous day today!

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  8. Happy Mother's Day Preeti :)

    It truly does take very little to make a mother happy...

    And Point 8 is so very true.

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  9. Wish u a very happy mother's day !!

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  10. A very happy Mother's Day to u too .. loooooved points 6 and 7 esp. :)

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  11. Wonderful learnings :)

    Happy Mothers day!! As I commented in some another blog Mothers are great and greatest of all just by Default...

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  12. Happy Mothers Day Preeti,
    I too was travelling over the weekend to Pune i would have been able to visit in person to my MOM "Hapy Mothers Day"

    But Thanks to "Volcanic Ash" my travel got postporned by another day....

    koi nahi, i will still greet her with a nice big hug...

    I guess u have a special day...

    Cheers,
    Anish

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  13. Lovely post and so very true
    Happy Mothers Day

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  14. Happy Mothers Day to you too Preeti, hope you've a great one.. :)

    Its very true that it takes very little to make mothers happy

    On a different note, its delightful to see such sweet, profound thinking in kids

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  15. Happy Mother's day! I really loved the point on hiding yourself under the bed until the other person cools down. Being invisible cools tempers :)

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  16. Such a wonderful post to read on a mother's day .. Happy Mother's day !!

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  17. Agree with all of them. Impressed with the checking if the smile reaches the eyes .... Kids can be so profound!

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  18. Aw, Happy Mother's Day!
    Hope you were spoiled by your lovely children.

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  19. I hope you had a wonderful day Preeti :)

    Happy Mother's day to you !

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  20. Happy Mother's day Preeti ..lovely post !

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  21. Very nicely written and each one is so very true and good..Thank you..

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  22. Happy Mother's day Preeti :)

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  23. belated Happy mother's day.It is touched to my heart.

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  24. Oh yes knw most of wht u were talking about;-D. Hope u had good day!!!

    Guess wht, this year my mom called & wished me before I did;-D

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  25. happy mothers day to u too..fanastic post.so very true...

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  26. Hey Preeti,I am in love with your blog! Will be a follower. Anyway, I could really relate to each paragraph in " The hardest thing in the world". Have a great day.Take care.

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  27. all so true... gud job
    lemme try will it really make a difference saying I looooooooooove you :)

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  28. Happy Mother's day.. :)

    Enjoyed reading the various facets of being a mother.. :)

    Saw ur site.. Awesome stuff.. :)

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  29. Sushobhan: thank you!! Glad u enjoyed :)

    Aish: try it --u'll be amazed :)

    Rubashini: thank you so much for following and thanks for the compliments about poem too :) Welcome to my world :)

    Shaggy: Thank you!

    Reflections: Nice! Yes--hope u had a good day too!

    Vidhyakar: Welcome to my blog! Glad you liked it. Children do have an uncanny way to be little philosophers.

    Dhanya: thank U!

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  30. Syed: Is this Syed Hasan who used to work with satish? Thank you! Glad you liked ! :)

    Swati: thank you!

    Aathira: i did. thank you! Guess u must have called up your mom too :)

    Devil Mood: They do take care of me :) thank you!

    Ritu: I think they learnt that from a Roald Dahl book :) Yes kids can be profound indeed.

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  31. Sudha: thank you so much. happy mothers day to you too. :)

    Tranquility: heheeh yes--when they do it to me I laugh :)

    Nandu:Thanks so much. My two read a lot. So they must be picking it up from books :)

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  32. bbsearchingself: Welcome to my blog. Thanks!

    Anish: yes--day is not importan.Wishes are! Where are you? In US now? Convey my regards to your mom.

    Raj: thank you so much! Welcome to my blog :)

    Swaram : heheh yes--points 6 and 7 are indeed very true :) Can be applied metaphorically to adult situations too :)

    Sundari: thank you!

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  33. Palsworld: thank you!!

    Sparkling: Thank you..I agree on point 4 :P :)

    Momo's ma: I too grab my inspiration from others wherever I find it. We all need out little doses!

    Rohan: I could just picture it! :)Thanks for sharing a beautiful memory.

    Suma: thank you! same to u! :)

    Sucheta: Thank you!!

    Wanderlust: You got it bang on! (what purvi would say!) Thanks! :)

    Gillian Gillian :) xoxoxoxoxo THANK YOU! :) Yeah i get my i looooooove yous :)

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  34. What a lovely post, Preeti! Have been meaning to do one on similar lines for sometime now.. Kids can be the greatest teachers! Looking forward to the second book!
    Best wishes.

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