Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.

Dear Mommy. A letter from a child

Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.

Dear best mommy. I love you so much. You are the best of all. I love being with you all the time. Love spending most of the time with you. And since Covid happened we are spending way more time than ever. — Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.

Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.
Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.

Yes, I am giving a hard time with you. We are stuck at home. You have a lot of work to do and I don’t have much to do except to get attention from you. I am troubling you because I am bored. I want to go out and play with friends. I am sorry for that.

Yes, I am not studying. Sitting for online classes is so irritating! I cannot sit for so long. You teach me rather. I will study with you and not while online class timings. It is hard for a 5-year-old kid like me to sit in front of a laptop and study. While I don’t understand much. I need your help.

Yes, I am being most irritated than ever before. It is because I don’t want to be home. I want to go out with friends or to some play area to play. I want to change my everyday routine post-Covid. I want to go out to dinners with you and papa.

Yes, I am not being much of a help to you. As I am very small to help you with work. But I will promise to do chores that I can. Chores like, tidy-up room after play, make the bed every morning. Try to fold clothes. I know I cannot do it properly and need your help. I can try folding small clothes.

Yes, I am giving you a hard time while eating. I like biscuits and chocolates; I will eat them without any complaints. But I know that is not good for my health if I eat more. I will make sure I eat my food completely. At least try.

Ma! I know I am being very naughty off lately. But I love you so much. You are the best mom ever. I come to you whenever I need anything. I will try to be calmer and more studious while studying. I will do few chores around the home and try to help you with work. Don’t take much stress ma.

Love,

Your Star.

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8 thoughts on “Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.

  • That’s so true. Staying at home is hard for adults and can’t imagine what it must be for the little ones. I have no idea how I would have handled a young kid who already know the outside world as for me I have a toddler whose first year of life went through lockdown and still is continuing.

  • So heartfelt. I agree that the kids truly had no control over the way things turn out and yet they have been extremely co-operative for the past one year

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