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Posted: 6 years ago
Oh wow waking up to two new updates  is like blissDancing
Well WHT to say kids of my BIL are of age 15, 13 and both of them drive car
My BIL bought nano specially for them so that they can drive easily...
When I learnt I was so showed I told them it's not legal
Then all were saying that kids wants to drive and instead of letting them drive other car it would be safe in nanotechnology

My older one is 11 I feared as the young ones these days she is going to ask for car to drive very soonWacko

AND I can totally relate to both the parents 
Bala interested in his child's future whereas he is busy exploring his present. ...

Vabdu doing her best to keep it all safe from elders of the family so that things don't get out of control... and trying  keeping everyone close

I myself have to so many times hide things or even speak a lie to my MIL for my older one 
WHT to do when you live in a joint family u have to manage many things being a lady of the houseClap
Posted: 6 years ago
It feels like good old times getting the morning raga...today was bonanza getting to read several updates...as Charlie pointed out the driving craze and thrills of teens has parents on the edge all the time...friendship transcends barriers and a teen definitely are attached deeply to bonds forged than those bestowed by DNA...II seems better equipped temperamental to deal with a troubled teen than her akka and athim...each responding in a manner true to character...road rage and the way the rich and famous get away so typical of India today...my son had come down to attend the Shanthi puja of a friend who died after a road accident and was in coma for a month..
So relatable
Posted: 6 years ago
Originally posted by moonwearer


It feels like good old times getting the morning raga...today was bonanza getting to read several updates...as Charlie pointed out the driving craze and thrills of teens has parents on the edge all the time...friendship transcends barriers and a teen definitely are attached deeply to bonds forged than those bestowed by DNA...II seems better equipped temperamental to deal with a troubled teen than her akka and athim...each responding in a manner true to character...road rage and the way the rich and famous get away so typical of India today...my son had come down to attend the Shanthi puja of a friend who died after a road accident and was in coma for a month..
So relatable
So true SRI...
Kids these days R so reckless, they want to experience everything and that too to early according to there age 
They don't seems to take a NO and DON'T  for and answer

Posted: 6 years ago
New thread NISHA 
This Thread is a record by the way so many updates and every time so beauty

951 in total Day Dreaming
It's unbelievable 
AND greatThumbs Up
Posted: 6 years ago
Nisha, thank you.
Thank you so much.
There are situations when no one is exactly wrong (am talking in context of Bala and Ii). No on would like our kids bring involved in any such mishap. R&b, Ranjan, tan can be cool about it to an extent as they have resources and sure they can relate to such situations. Whereas for Bala he wants shravu to reap his hard work by being next best Iyer boy.
Ii, you are remarkable woman. You have four of your own but still the same chitti.
Only thing I didn't like was that she thinking about sam or tan not being as worried as akka. She is know them for far to long now to think so for them. Sam and tan have stood by her reprimanding manny every time.
Ranjan is in whole time dad role for kids in absence of our dude.
Ii you are lucky to have such in laws so what if there is one manny. I would be ok if such thought occurred for manny.
Posted: 6 years ago
Life is such a mystery. None know what future holds.
It's easier understanding and relating why parents try to discipline kids.
Superbly written.
Posted: 6 years ago
omg so many updates today...Nisha is on the roll. Fantastic. The difference  between the Iyers and bhallas and batras seems even more stark now as the kids have grown up. Nandu and shravan then were just two boys who became good friends and had their families nullify any class difference that may have come up, but now in their teenage years they can see for themselves how devastating this class difference is proving to their precious friendship. It's sad, both don't have the maturity yet to fully  distinguish their friendship from the class difference. I really hope that shravan doesn't grow up being cynical and nandu doesn't grow up patronizing shravu making him into someone who is entitled to show off his wealth to those who don't have much. 
Posted: 6 years ago
Originally posted by ishruhi


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