Monday, October 24, 2011

Kapaki

My 1 year 7 months old niece (aka Puttudu on Full Meals) and I were busy arranging building blocks (our favorite game) today. While building a particularly difficult tower we heard crackers being burst. Her eyes widened when she heard 'dham dham'

Me: (sounding excited) Yenadu? (translated: What is it?)

Puttudu: grins and says "dham dham dhamaar"

Me: yes correct. Thats pataaki. say 'pa'

Puttudu: 'pa'

Me: 'taa'

Puttudu: 'taaaaaa'

Me: 'ki'

Puttudu: ki

Me: Pataaki

Puttudu: Kapaki


and thus began the Kapaki chant.

This is just the beginning of my deepavali celebration with Puttudu. I am loving it!

All you lovely people have fun. I wish you a very Happy Deepavali :)


9 plate meals:

SG said...

Super. Where have you been? Silent for so long.

Puttudu is her way to become a fine neologist.

Happy Diwali.

Shruthi said...

Hey SG! Thank you :)
yeah have been away for a while now. I seem to not find time to blog :( must see how i can change that.
How have you been?
and haha yeah Puttudu has her own set of words that has evolved my family's vocabulary :)

Swaram said...

Whoa! Look who is back! All thanks to Puttudu :)
I luv how Kapaki sounds.
Nimeelarigu Deepavaliya hardika shubhashayagalhu :)

Tell me when I cn call :P

vimmuuu said...

Hey, you are back too !!! We have a pending post. Remember??? Talk to you soon on that !!

lifeinhindsight said...

awww! kid talks are the best :)

Destiny's child... said...

Happy Diwali! And have fun with the little one :)

Where were you all these days?

kanagu said...

cool one Shruthi :) Very nice :)

The Holy Lama said...

Enlightened and loved it. Kapaki

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