A few more from her photoshoot that I couldn't add in previous post!
3 1237 minutes ago
I love our photgrapher and how she was able to capture my beautiful Princess! Instead of doing announcement cards, I'll do Christmas cards with one or two of these photos. So in love with my baby girl❤😍👶🏽🤗
4 2038 minutes ago
Happy birthday my oyibo princess, how time flies,i am glad you had a blast at your party 🇲🇲🎈🎈 mummy is so tired now but so thankful that I can celebrate you,and am so blessed to have you in my life,I CNT Wait to shear all d beautiful things you did on ur birthday. I love celebrating you it makes me so happy you are mummy's pride and joy #happybirthdayprincess#3rdbirthday#princessdiaries
14th November is celebrated as Children's Day here in India and after looking at so many childhood reading posts, I couldn't help thinking about the Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot. This is the series that I have read the most number of times, re-reading it well into my college days. I want to casually mention here that I read Harry Potter several times too, so don't be offended Potterheads!
My Mom bought the first book for 12 year old me before we headed on our family trip (I could not go on a trip without a new book in my bag and I still can't). At the time Princess Mia was just a measly freshman and I was scandalised by her casually mentioning her Mom having * sex * with her Math teacher in the very first entry! (Um. I am still slightly horrified by that.)
I have grown up reading Meg Cabot. She introduced me to sex, dating, boys, designer clothes, combat boots, what was cool and what was not and she was my guide on pop culture. I started listening to Coldplay only because the Speed of Sound was Michael's (Mia's boyfriend) favourite song. At one point all the girls in my class were obsessed with PD and I was mighty proud to have the entire set, loaning it out in exchange for other Meg Cabots that I didn't have. (Shout out to @ayesha.kumar for giving me her All American Girl) We would then engage in hour long debates over who we liked better Michael or JP and why Lily was such a bitch.
This is one of those series that had a large impact on little impressionable me. I picked up on Mia's sassy, outspoken and rebellious nature and incorporated a lot of Meg's writing style into mine. I also picked up the habit of journaling and hoped that my diaries would become as famous as Mia's one day.
I still crack the books open on days I feel sick or very low and it still never fails to make me smile.
What was the series that you read over and over again as a child?
14 things in short that describes the childhood of a 90’s kid! Every person has a kid inside them, This post is to ignite that cute little innocent kid in you.
Starting from :
•Pepsi Sticks ( to be rumoured to have dirty drain water )
•Calcium Sandoz ( every moms solution to any of our problems )
•Poppins ‘ Aye Du kya? Kya loge?’
•Big Babol for the best bubbles ever
•Laser Point to scare the shit out of people
•Phantom Cigarettes to give company to your dad while he smokes
•Supandi Comics with stupid ever jokes
•Bytes filles with chocolates
•Slam books to let your friends fill it and give only to those whom you love!
BigFatBite wishes Happy Childrens Day to all the 90s kids here!
Tag your friends who’s born in the 90s!
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