There’s Something About A Sleeping Child …

August 2, 2009

Sleeping Child copy

Creating this post took me back to one of my all time favourite music – Sleeping Child by MLTR. Click here for the video and  the beautiful lyrics. I loved playing this song softly while I looked over my sister sleep back when we were kids. She definitely wasn’t a baby then but slept like one. :-)

Having been recently gifted a Photoshop CS3 by my sweetheart, I P’shopped the original B/W pic (sourced from PhotoBucket) into the above.  The words in the picture are  inspired from our recent visit to see a newborn boy. :-)

PS: Had totally forgotten about Friendship Day! I am so glad to have known you all. Here’s wishing our friendship grows with each passing day and gives us the joy, fun, strength and courage to deal with life’s mischief! :-) Happy Friendship Day!!

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22 Responses to “There’s Something About A Sleeping Child …”

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  2. Savitha said

    This post, this child and the poem brought tears!!What a sight,what a blessing,what a joy to see a child(whose ever child he/she is!)…….

    What a joy to see a child – how right you are! :-) Thanks so much for the compliments, I am so happy!! :-) And of course, wishing you a very happy Friendship Day!!

    • Savitha said

      Happy Friendship day to you,too!

      Thanks!! :-)

    • Savitha said

      I am coming here too often today to stare at the pic and the poem:) Please don’t mind!

      Savitha, thats so sweet and of course I don’t mind – rather I am delighted! :-) Keep visiting as long as you wish. :-)

  3. Swaram said

    Just one glimpse of a baby seems like bliss!

    Luved ur words – am spellbound!

    Happy Friendship Day dear :)

    Thanks so much dear! I had a ball doing this one. And wishing you a very Happy Friendship Day too!

  4. Swaram said

    N congrats on the sweet gift. Luv to c more of these :)

    More coming up! :-)

  5. Solilo said

    Congratulations on the gift. :) Happy friendship day to you too, Ashwini.

    Thanks Solilo!! :-)

  6. Amitha said

    I know this may sound wierd, but i love the smell of baby’s mouth. When they get this strange urge to bite your nose u will definitely get a chance to smell them. i definitely agree with you… there is something about babies, sleeping or not…. [:)]

    Yep, I love their gummy bites! ;-)

  7. Amitha said

    and the song ‘sleeping child’ u brought back fond memories for me…. Thank u…..

    One of my all time faves!! :-)

  8. ajcl said

    lovely lovely post cookie and a very happy friendship day to u too..

    Thank you so much Appu! :-) I am glad you liked it!

  9. Ramesh said

    Lovely poem thoughtful train. Can there be a more heart warming sight than a baby in blissful sleep. Especially with arms and legs bent like only a baby can.

    Happy Friendship day to a special friend.

    Thanks a million Ramesh. Your kind words never fail to encourage me to keep writing, (I must have told this like 15 million times already!!) A very happy friendship day to you too – wishing you many more friends who ll cherish you for what you are! :-)
    Arms and legs bent – yes, that is so irresistible in a sleeping baby. :-)

  10. ajcl said

    had to add: chotu sleeps like this even now, with his mouth slightly ajar.. i can spend hours watching him sleep.. it has one of the most calming effects on my mind.. thanks so much for this post cookie

    Yeah, I can imagine Chotu as the baby in the picture. In fact among a few other babies I thought of while doing this post, Chotu too crossed my mind. :-)

  11. Prabodh said

    Tht was a really good Design in Photoshop and words truly good….ohh I wished so much that the pic was desktop size (1200 x 800) so that I would have it as my wallpaper…anyways…grt post and truly agree with ur every word…U should see the pic of my niece sleeping ( It will make anyone fall into sleep..he he)….and “Belated Friendship day wishes” :)

    That was a lovely compliment, Prabodh!! I ll see if I can find a larger image for you. If I do, I ll be sure to mail you. :-) Thanks so much for the F’ship wishes and wishing you the same too. :-)

  12. Beautiful ….. nothing can be so innocent as this …. Happy Friendship Day to you as well …. and to all …. it has been a wonderful ride …being blogger friends … keep the good stuff coming !!

    Thanks so much LEB!! :-) Yeah here’s tp good times with blogger friends! :-)

  13. sri said

    Thats a lovely song of MLTR, and hey you have done a pretty neat job at the picture. The words (very inspiring) were inclined like in round shape. Happy Friendship day to you too :)

    Hey Sri, welcome to my blog! I am glad you liked the song and my p’shop. :-) I used the Inflate effect on the words to make it look like a circle! Thanks for commenting! :-)

  14. manchitra said

    Good poem Kukky. You are doing wonderfully well. Nice pic. you have got.

    Thanks Chitramausi :-). Its been a while since you commented.

  15. Grayquill said

    Photo Shop – we will be expecting greatness:)
    Congrats.

    Thanks Grayquill! :-)

  16. Owww! That is such a sweet picture+words!!

    Sleeping child is an epitome of innocence. How can we not be touched by it ?

    Hi Winnie, good to see you back!! Thanks so much for the nice words. :-)

  17. Shivya said

    :) It’s one of my fav MLTR tracks too! And happy (belated) friendship day :)

    Yeah, the child in the track is so cute na?

  18. Nancy said

    Oh I love tht song too but so so love the pic with the words u’ve conjured….photoshopCS3 huh…coooool:-D

    And Happy Friendship day too…..I myself had a lovely day with my college friends after a looong time. We had a blast.

    Hey Nan, so good to see you back! :-D Wow, meeting buddies after ages is something!! Hope the long break went fantabulously! :-)

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