Step into my shoes

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  1. Ashley says:

    I love this! how sweet. It’s true, a child’s life is to be envied and emulated at times.

  2. I am speechless. <3 Can I leave it at that ? 🙂 Also, how do you come up with such excellent posts ?
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  3. simply awesome.. these kind of gems in the forms of insight are what makes these challenges worthwhile 🙂
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  4. Tiny shoes, great minds!
    I wonder what makes us forget the little simplicities of life as we grow up.
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  5. Suzy says:

    children are so wise. We should learn from them.
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  6. Kala Ravi says:

    So beautiful Parul! Oh to be a child of two…if only! No expectations, simple temptations!

  7. Mayuri says:

    You’ve put across such an important point so simply, Parul. I’m going to save this and read it each time I can’t seem to make sense of things.
    The best thing, and take on the prompt I’ve read so far.

  8. Dashy says:

    Wow. So much to learn from a two year old! All well and true too, that simplicity is so hard to maintain as we grow up!
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  9. Rekha says:

    Those tiny shoes have mighty hearts. And NO EGO. Pretty hard for us to step in. But worth every effort. Loved it thoroughly, Parul. Very well done! 🙂
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  10. Varsh says:

    Their shows might be tiny, but they are mighty hard to fill up for us!
    Nice post.

  11. vineeta says:

    wow ! what a thought . really we should learn to say no .
    loved it

  12. This really made me laugh. I like that bit – I can say no when I want and if they don’the like it I don’the care. Boy!! I could do with that. And going clockless – also a dream.

  13. Vinodini says:

    Oh, wow…that’s such a simple yet powerful message! Indeed, if we start thinking like babies, living in the current moment life would be such bliss.

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