a fall moment

Ticket to petting zoo – $18
Feeding bottle – $1.50
Carousel ride – $0.75

Sharing it all with munchkin while calling in “sick” – Priceless.


Some things time can buy, for the rest there’s munchkin


17 thoughts on “a fall moment

  1. I don’t want to be the first to comment always lest it gives you an impression that I’m jobless, but The Hair! OMG, the hair! I shudder to run a comb through that mass of curls.

    On the other hand, munchkin might be ready for a younger sibling. She’s cocked her head at the right angle and seems to be taking her job seriously.

  2. LOL- I should show this post to my dad in India. I don’t know what he would find more decadent – the $18 admission fee or the $1.50 feeding bottle. On the other hand, there are assorted temples that they spend money on. Whatever tickles your shanti, I guess…


    p.s. noticed no braids

  3. rads:

    during our most recent india trip, i took kiddo to milkman’s shed where he watched mrs. milkman milking the cows. price less and priceless!

    – s.b.

  4. sb – Trip to India in itself is priceless. Something that makes a large donut hole in the wallet.

    Bpsk – She had 2 thick braids until Monday, and then off I went snip-snip. Mornings are a little less stressful now.
    Please forward the post to Dad, maybe he’d see the underlying ‘priceless’ moments I refer to :)

    Terri – They are soft curls, so ain’t too bad. The girl’s mighty proud of them too!

  5. BPSK – It comes with the title ‘mom’ :)

    OK – huh?

    Shreay – Yes, it was fun, she was super excited. It was windy and chill but the sun came out and it turned out to be loads of fun. :)

  6. Silvara – :)

    Ruhi – Thanks. I know, I debated on that awhile, it’s a private zoo and adults was $10 and children $8. Weird. But frankly, the look of excitement on her face when she saw zebras amongst all animals, was just really worth it.

    maverick – I let the llama eat outa my hands and fun though it was, quite slobbery, gooey and icky. Thank heavens a lady shared some wipes she had.

  7. tdna – Have you heard of the frog-in-the-well story?

    ruhi: oh yes, even then I found it a bit pricey.
    For Ex: DC zoo – It’s free, and you can spend a day in there.

  8. LOOLL.
    Liked the pic.

    Does munchkin take after her mom’s genes for hair? Its so gorgeous.

    Btw, for a moment I thought munchkin was offering her bottle to the baby pig. But then, munchkin is ofcourse way past that age.
    You see, I am still in the bottle mode mom.

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