DD: Mom what is this? Me: Dad had performed very well at office last year and so the company has awarded him with “Star achiever” award. DD: Wow, that is good to hear mummy and I need to share this with my friends. Me: Oh, why dear you share this with your friends? DD: See mom my friends will appreciate Dad na, and you know Dad has very good habits and some bad habits. Me: So what good habits and bad habits he has ma? DD: He really works hard at office and takes good care of us but bad habit when at home, he takes the laptop to work and then he watches TV and video in his mobile which is not good ma. Me: Ok, so I will tell Dad about this and so he can change the bad habits. DD: Mummy, ssshh mummy no no don’t tell this to dad. Me: Trying hard to control my laughter seeing my DD actions and reactions. This conversation stuck in my mind and I started to reflect how kids are growing up: (i) Gone are the days where parents shared their kid’s achievements to friends and relatives, it looks now the other way around. (ii) If we start the conversation with them and ask questions, the answers they give to us is reflection of what they see in us and a valuable feedback for us to change our self.