Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Is it Possible?

Is it possible for an elephant to sit on a horse??

In Punchland, it is possible..

We got a horse (rocker) for her and after trying it, she (as usual) made her dolls sit on the horse for a ride and kept the small wooden elephant on it too.. At first, I had not noticed it, but when I actually saw, it looked so funny..

BTW what can be the possible meaning of Kacchhi ( Punch's language)..


Pooh! said...

That must have been quite a sight! Would love a pic of the elephant on top of a horse..

The only thing that comes to my mind when I see Kacchhi is catch or maybe kerchief/handkerchief? (well as you probably know I am no expert in baby talk...I have a few more months before I try to interpret Baby I's words)

Keep Smiling

Swaram said...

LOL :P Do post a pic next time ;)

Btw, I hv heard a few kids say Kacchi when something bites them!

R's Mom said...

heheheeh :) Kaachi is aachoo!!! I am really good at taking wild you know why R cant speak yet..becoz her mom doesnt understand what she says anyways ;)

Swati said...

hahahah..anything is possible in their world :)

Kacchi in hindi means underwear :)

AD said...

Hello there, my first time here and your blog is very cute. My daughter is also one and a half and does and says almost the exact same things. OMG, the Aaphis is ditto except its more like Aaapheeesh.

Lavanya Sriram said...

LOL :)

Kacchhi means biting ? :)

Lijy said...

hi... thankx for visiting my blog.

Loved your blog and the work of punch darling. Read some of your previous post and loved it. Will surely be a regular here :)

take care.

Timepass said...

Thks all
The correct answer is CYCLE..Punch pronounces cycle as Kacchii..
Lijy and AD-welcome here
Swaram-will post the pic shortly