Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Welcome To The World - Anhad and Paavaki

Its strange how time flies and how things change. Just like while driving, the landscape keeps changing from one beautiful and picturesque view to another, the situations in life keep changing from one colourful scenario to another. It just seems like yesterday when eight of us used to live together in one flat during my engineering days. We were great pals, eight girls who knew each other's secrets and stories. Each of us went through various highs and lows, saw each other crying and breaking down, saw each other fall in love and moving on, celebrated each other's successes in exams and later in work and so on. A couple of years after graduating some of us got married, some went for higher studies and some continued working. However, now another phase of life has started, another landscape in the journey of life. Ruchi already has a beautiful daughter Pari, who is now 20 months old. Parneet was blessed with a baby girl Anhad, on 29th December and NV was blessed with a baby girl Paavaki, on 13th January. Its almost as if another gang of girls is in the making :-)

ANHAD & PAAVAKI
















I used to chat with NV every day for hours. Even when she went to US with her husband our chats continued in the same fashion. It is since the day Paavaki was born that we haven't had a chat even once. She has become so busy with changing diapers, feeding the baby and taking care of her needs that she hardly gets time to sleep, therefore coming online to chat is near to impossible for her. I realise that life has changed dramatically for her and she is struggling to get used to it. I so want to meet Parneet and NV to hold and cuddle their little ones but it's not possible anymore. We are all in different cities and very busy with our lives. We just manage to send mails to each other, share snaps and keep each other updated with the latest gossip and news.

I really wish at times that all of us could be together again, along with husbands and kids. It would be great to have that sort of a reunion sometime. Sigh! Wishful thinking, that's what it is.

6 comments:

Karan said...

I wanna sleep like that!

Chriz said...

wow...
all my friens are getting married too and blowing up babies like ballooons..

i wanna blow balloons too

Nikita said...

@Karan:
Yeah I know, sleeping in somebody's arms is like a luxury :P

@Chriz:
Go ahead and blow :-)

mister avant garde said...

awwwww, such cute lil fluffy pink bundles dose kids are :) ... makes you wanna suck their chubby lil thumbs and pinch their thoft lil cheeks :) ...

Nikita said...

@mister avant garde:
Awwww... u said it buddy!!

Anonymous said...

Heyy Nicky,

Thanks for writing for our dear babies..Its really unbelievable...what a transformation in just 3-4 years...time just flies...Kabhi babies k baare main baat bhi nahi karte the hum...and I sincerely miss chatting with u...it used to be great..dont worry..will catch ya soon...

Neha