Saturday, March 07, 2009

Goo-nigh, shobai

I'll spare you the rest of the speech since Babble is not a language to be inflicted on the unwary, but consider yourself lovingly wished.

12 comments:

saptarshi said...

Awww :P

dipali said...

Sweetness!

hack said...

oh, can i have the rest of the speech, if there was? i am assuming this is what your son the Bheblu said.

Rimi said...

Ish, ki bhishob mishti! My nephew apparently charmed his way into La Martiniere with his "Labbit!" "Howse!" and "May I plizz happ a choklet?"

Mamma mia! Me a mamma? said...

Such a sweetie-pie! Muwah!

Suki said...

Aww... toocute!

Mama - Mia said...

:)

so cute! I have to beg Cubby to say Good night Mummy.

its usually Goo Night Puto (pluto), Goo Night Paytin (painting) and you get the drift. and times he says its so sweet! GooNight, Mummmy! Seep tight! :D

hugs to R for the adorable baby talk! :)

cheers!

abha

Subhashree said...

Still, it is cute :)

the mad momma said...

oh my ... goonigh right back at him. ...

Sue said...

Hack -- Oh there was a whole lot more. Included bringing all his soft toys, some cars and a few odds and ends to the bed, patting and singing them to sleep before ruthlessly replacing them on the shelf and floor.

Rimi -- Awww... Mine refused to talk during his playschool interview. Vicky and I settled for smiling apologetically.

Abha -- Oooh, that's so cute of him. That's the nice thing about teaching kids their manners, they sound so cute with it!

Everybody else -- Thank you, shobhai. :)

Dhruva said...

Aww.
Awww.
-Help! I'm melting!-

Sue said...

Dhruva -- :)