Monday, September 29, 2008

Mittili in the Making

What do you get when you give a little boy a car and a set of wooden tools for his birthday? A mechanic, of course!

See for yourselves:



My father has always tinkered around with all things mechanical and electrical, as has my father-in-law. Vicky does too, although to a lesser extent, but he does know his way around a pair of "plaas". I suppose blood will out, even in a Bhablet. Especially in a Bhablet.

9 comments:

hack said...

can't see the pic. waaanh!

Sue said...

Hack -- It's an embedded video. Try the Youtube link.

DotThoughts said...

how totally adorable! i bringing my car here to this cute mechanic now. If he will give me kisses and cuddles, I'll bring in BG's car too :)

Mamma mia! Me a mamma? said...

LOL! Boys will be boys!

My little one sauntered over to se what I was laughing about and then he plonked himself down on my lap and watched the entire proceedings with rapt atention! Yes! Sigh! Boys will be boys!

Sue said...

Dottie -- :) I'm sure he'll be only too happy. Has been trying to convince his father to let him drive the family Alto. Hah.

M4 -- :) He watched himself, while I was posting the video. Saw it over four times before he got bored.

phoenixritu said...

He is absolutely adorable - so rapt in tinkering with his car. Boys!!! And then they grow up Sniff ....

Indian Home Maker said...

Oh My God you have a future engineer here;)Somebody takes his work seriously!

dipali said...

Ah, I had the fun of seeing the young mittili in person! Though I'm married to an engineer, I'm the one tinkering around with screwdrivers and hammers in this house. Used have an unfulfilled desire to be a motor mechanic- pottered around with assorted thingamajigs! Bhablet, you also got it from this Dida!

Sue said...

Ritu -- :) And then they trash your car, na? He's never getting his paws on my Ally, I say!

IMH -- His grandfathers take his work even more seriously. My father paid enough attention to hear the little grunt with which Rahul gave the final turn of the wrench. Grandfathers!

Dipali -- LOL! OK, so now I know whom to blame.