life a learning curve…

The only reason kids listen & act upon their dads instructions more then their mom’s is because they spend less time with each other and hence the kids can bear them a lil longer !!!!!

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82 thoughts on “life a learning curve…

  1. vimmuuu says:

    You could use this as a ‘Tip of the day’ in your office noticeboard πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    Ok, me as a kid never listened to anyone. Where do I feature??

  2. Crafty Shines says:

    an attempt at rebuilding the possible crime scene…

    *detective crafty sips her mug of hot chocolate and talks while looking at a distance*

    Hitchu tells Hetal that sweetheart Hriday loves his dad more that mom, coz he listens to him…

    Hetal hits Hitchu with the most powerful comeback…. the logic given above…

    if i am right, i want some hugs as my prize, and after i have collected those…i will admit….
    Hetal has won hands down on this one!!!! :mrgreen: πŸ˜†

    πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  3. Solilo says:

    Hahahaha.. Your wife is truly the star of this blog. She comes up with gems. πŸ™‚

    Now to the quote above…it is not applicable much at our place because Peanut listens to us equally. She knows exactly when we are not amused and behave well immediately.

  4. Amrita says:

    LOL…you really should have let the DADs continue in their delusioned state of self importance, rather than enlightening them with this gyaan πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  5. masood says:

    Hmm. Could be the case. Plus I think kids are more scared of their dads than the moms. Such is their conditioning I guess.

  6. anjugandhi says:

    good analysis but it is true
    he is there only in the evenings or on sundays. both of them are on their best behaviour. both try to impress each other so both becomes the member of mutual admiration society

  7. Deeps says:

    I really like that theory of yours. although in Namnam’s case its the other way round. she listens to me more πŸ™‚ . still she doesnt spare a chance to complain against me to her dad 😦 .

    I’ve no doubt though,in a few years down the line your theory will hold true in our context too…R is doing everything in his power to bribe her and tilt her preference towards him. Till the time he does that I’m enjoying this moment of honour..he he he πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ !!

  8. shilpadesh says:

    What! I think that is because women most often do the ‘unkind’ task of making the kid do homework etc, whereas the man sits on his ass all day! hehe
    But on that note, other kids of my generation used to be scared of their dads.

  9. shail says:

    Haha! Doesn’t work that way in my home Hitch. My children spent maximum time with me, their Dad being away on duty most of the time. But they still listened and acted upon my instructions. So there!! πŸ˜›

    • Solilo says:

      Our household was/is the same, Shail. Brother and I used to listen to both Dad and mom and you already know that mom was nicknamed ‘Hitler’ just like you. Hahahahaha Now mom is so so sweet that I can’t believe she was strict once.

      My husband is a very busy man (a reason why I chose to leave my career and stay at home till Peanut goes to full day school) so it was me with Peanut most of the time. I never had any problem in making her act on my instructions. One thing though I notice is that her eyes water up fast if her Dad says anything and then Dad falls into that manipulation. It doesn’t work with me.

  10. Smitha says:

    LOL! You might have a point πŸ™‚ But in our place, I think she listens to both of us – as of now πŸ™‚ We never know how it will change later.

    Hetal does come up with pearls of wisdom πŸ™‚

  11. sands says:

    Because daddy is around less, our daughter thinks she “knows” that daddy doesn’t know too much about everyday rules, so when he around, she can twist them! πŸ™‚

    But otherwise, she listens to us equally well.

    I do agree with Hetal though, because moms spend more time with kids, they tend to lose the temper easily coz they have been tried a lot!! But dad’s spending less time tend to have more patience for the same things.

  12. Lakshmi says:

    First time here.

    My feelings on this one are exactly the same as Sands. The less time spent is more precious, hence both the dad and the children value it and act well.

    What I have felt with my children is that after some time of playing and activities they tend to whine and need pampering. At that time if I am tired and impatient, they act up. Usually it is at that time that their dad is around and he takes over. So he seems to be the lifesaver to me and them!

  13. monikamanchanda says:

    ok the situation is ulta here

    *runs to find wood to do touchwood and prays that it remains the same*

    I spend most of my time with ojas and still he listens to me infact just 10mins back my mil told me that if there is anyone who Ojas listens to its U πŸ˜€

  14. ashwinideo says:

    Hello Hitchwriter, I am not sure if I’ve commented on this space before but I read your posts on and off (if only there were more hours in a day)!! This quote is so connected to my latest post on a certain Daddy’s, certain Little Girl,

    Do check it out when you get a chance (its from my blog, btw).

  15. Pixie says:

    me back!! πŸ˜€

    2 cricket posts? and a “thought for the day”!!

    will read slowly and comment!


    just marking my presence for now!! :mrgreen:

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