Dadi’s love is much deeper than mother’s love


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4 Responses

  1. An@m! says:

    I have nominated you for the Mysterious Blogger Award. πŸ™‚

  2. Ashvini Naik says:

    I love how vividly you’ve elucidated the kind of bond Dadi shares with Aishwari. Yes, grandparents are no less & are indeed so different from how they parented us. In fact, my daughter took a great deal of time when she was little to understand that her Nana & Nani weren’t her parents but mine.

  3. Sayeri says:

    It is a special bonding. I feel the same too. When my son was 6 months old, I have started my job again. So from that day, my mammi and papa both of them are taking full care of him. He is getting the full priority. They pamper him, they love him and they are giving the moral lessons too. I am happy and relaxed!! πŸ™‚

  4. poseinstyle says:

    Very beautifully written. I also feel that children get more values and they share a special bond with grandparents

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