What do you want to be when you grow up!
Created by Parentune Support Updated on Dec 08, 2015
When talking to children, adults generally default to asking' What do you want to be when you grow up' and the answers given by them can make you roll on the floor. Here's one such child expressing what she really wants to be.
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| Dec 11, 2015
Not similar. But just recalled one incidence when my daughter was 1 year and 4 months old. We were staying at Hyderabad. Our mother tounge is Marathi and we had Tamil, Malyali and of course Telagu neighbours. All our kids used to play with each other. One day one of my friend's daughter (Neha) came to my house and were paying with Sajal (my daughter). Sajal wanted to open one container to eat something. She could not open the container hence she told me "aai he zakan khup ghatta aahe" means it's lid is too tight. Neha asked her what is Ghatta. In a movement Sajal replied "Gatta means open not". We all elders were surprised. How kids can communicate without any language barrier.