If I were a baby again.

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Hello, how are you??

Where were you, don't you know that I miss you so much, and nobody tells me where did you go.

Do you know, today also Mamma forcefully injected milk into my mouth, and nobody came to save me, not even you? Grand Ma standing over Mamma watched all this with watery eyes, but didn't interrupt, I don't know why.

You know, I like cow very much, she looks so simple and caring; but I don't understand why doesn't she speaks like my Mamma, Papa, Grand Ma. Whenever she comes at our home, and bang the gate with her horns (my God, so painful), Mamma would leave her work and run outside to give her chapati, and would touch her head and then to her and mine chest. I feel so good and protected whenever Mamma touches me, hugs me, kiss me. She loves me very much, more than anybody, even Papa, and I also love her. Papa would always bring different toys for me; he plays with me and becomes overprotected when I hurt myself in some mischief. I love him.

You don't know how sad I become, whenever I didn't see you, and you sometimes go absent for many days. Do you know Grand Ma relates it to my health problems on looking at my sad face? Can't you just come daily for my Grand Ma and me? I become so happy whenever I see you.

Please come daily Chanda Mama (Moon Uncle)

Promise me, otherwise I would tell BABAAAA to bite you.

Good Night

Sweet Dreams.

If I were a baby again, I would like to have this conversation with my Chanda Mama. Actually, I didn't remember anything of my childhood, and I think so nobody can; I was a bit puzzled as what would I do if I ever become a baby again, I then decided to watch daily activities of my one and a half year old niece Mauli, my sweetie, and then I found that she shares a special relationship with her Chanda Mama; whenever she cries, we take her to Chanda Mama, and she would stop crying, and would just stare at the Moon. I don't know what she looks at, but she instantly becomes happy and smiling.

I don't remember any such thing of my childhood that relates to my Chanda Mama, so I thought to have an opportunity to talk to Chanda Mama, and experience this beautiful relationship of a Baby and a Moon

I dedicate this post to my beautiful niece Mauli.

May you always smile in your life,

May you have your Chanda Mama, forever in your life.

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Chetan Maheshwari

Hello, I am a Project Management Professional, and an author and a blogger by passion. I like good sarcasm and humor. Books, people around me, and nature inspire me, and my blogs and book reflect the same.

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  1. Oh Yes, moon is something peculiar. I remember loving to watch the moon when i go the terrace. now we don't have the time to do all that type of stuff.. All the best

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  2. Chetan, Thanks for the comment.

    Kids and moon are made for each other..

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  3. ooh.. chanda mama surely loves your mauli :) Take care and good luck :)

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  4. Ah the moon...I think even as adults we find it fascinating so I can only imagine how kids would feel! Did you ever try and look for the rabbit in the moon as a child???

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  5. Reading the first few line of your post I thought that we both wrote on the same lines.. but this different from mine! And I love the moon and remember lady feeding her child,

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  6. Chanda mama yes kids love him a lot and Good luck to Mauli coz she brought you back the lost babyhood :D

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  7. this sure is a "cute" take on the topic..

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  8. Ah! Chanda mama.. it was indeed nostalgic..

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  9. nature inspires kids a lot. My kid gets happy when ever she sees cow, goat, crow etc. she likes nature. so are all babies i guess. Ncie post pal.

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  10. @Rajalakshmi
    yes..youa re right we aere bizy in our livs that we don't have time for such things
    thanx for the comment

    @Madhu
    Thank you sir
    Keep smiling!

    @Rohini Prasanth
    Thank YOu
    keep smiling!

    @psych babbler
    yeah.. moon is always fascinating
    i don't remember of me finding rabbit in childhood, but i would let children around me find that

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  11. @daisy blue
    everybody loves the moon
    looking forward to read ur post
    keep smiling!

    @Dhiman
    Thank YOu from me and mauli

    @RSV
    Thank you

    @AAtivas
    aah nostalgic..you are true

    @Bharathi
    Babies are simple and new, so they love nature more than us
    Thank YOu sir
    keep smiling!

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  12. lovely post... :)
    Loving a baby and playing with him is no way less than being a child...:)
    Cheers!!

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  13. hi

    nice post with with smooth flow of words. Jus as natural as chandamama:)

    cheers
    mahesh

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  14. hi,
    your post was simple and very nice. liked reading it

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  15. Helped recall a lot of moon-light dinner times, while a baby
    Good one

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  16. @Singh Amit
    welcome and Thanks pal

    @Mahesh Kalaal
    Thanks
    keep smiling!

    @Harsha Chittar
    I am happy that you liked it..thanx

    @For what it is worth
    welcome and Thanx

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  17. @Chetan
    Hey...how sweet this post is! I use to stand in the terrace during full moon day and see the sky with stars! Whoa, got back all those memories chetan!

    Shruti

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  18. Very cute post Chetan.. Giv my love 2 mauli. Feel like going out nd viewing the moon.. But it has more romantic connotations now nd not innocent ones ;)

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  19. Hey that was such a sweet and innocent post. Really liked it. I guess kids have a special attraction towards Chanda Mama. Yeah even I found it little hard to write about this topic since I hardly remember anything from my childhood :)

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  20. Nice!!

    I am Chanda mama, by my name.

    HI ..Mouli.:)

    Keep smiling!!

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  21. You just revived my childhood Chetan! Good one... :)

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  22. @Shruti
    Thanku,i also got those memories back while writing

    @Niharika
    Thanks

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  23. @Vipul Grover
    Thanks buddy, and innocense is only for babies, not for us
    Thanks once again

    @evanescent thoughts
    Thanku, thats infact true, every kid i feel has special atraction for moon

    @Makk

    Hi chanda mama
    Its good to see u on my chachu's blog
    mauli


    @neeraj
    Thankyou sir

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  24. Great post well narrated especially keeping in mind that you were inspired to write it based on your neice...beautiful and cute at the same time.
    ARJuna

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  25. chanda mama door ke pude pakaye boor ke (hope u get hindi) :P

    anyways ... seems u can already do what u wish to do as a baby .. that is ..relate to the moon

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  26. ya the young ones can give us a lot of ideas or bring back memories...

    best of luck..

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  27. Child calling a moon is a nice thing,..weve seen it in a lot of stories..but u r first one to put that

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  28. this post reminds me of that add...baby crying and the two videocon mascots(wiich become one later) get the moon...both happy happy :) very cute post..

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  29. this is a really sweet post.
    Good luck!

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  30. @naveen
    Yes, we can relate to the moon even now, but without baby's innocence
    thanks

    @nikhil pataokar
    thanks a lot
    keep smiling

    @sai manohar
    thankyou very much sir
    keep smiling

    @narendra
    thanku, i am happy that you liked it

    @Hiyaa
    thank you



    keep smiling!

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  31. Hi chetan, as always your post reflected your sweetness. Nice one but I liked your Indian dream the best.

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  32. @mani
    even i liked indian dream more than this one
    thanks

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