Feb 5, 2011
Without thinking much I went near and ask them: Can I help? The response was silence for 5 seconds, and towards amazed, the child talked first.
- I want the Doll, the green! Please.
I was speechless and then I heard the mother say.
- This girl is terrible, I'm in a hurry and she wants to stop at every store!
I replied that the child seemed very polite and nice, not so terrible, and if the "Ms. Mom" allow show me what she wants, I would be happy to offer as a gift.
The reply came fast:
- I can not wait, have to go to the home of a friend, I have a pledge!
- No problem, show me what she want, give me the name and address home of your friend, I tell the store to deliver quickly. Is it just a gift. We exchanged our phones to identify the address correctly?
The lady agreed, the child smiled, gave me a kiss, thanked and went away.
I kept thinking: I have my Hannah, only 9 months, She still does not asks toys on the stores, or other material things. She asks only for food, affection and play baby. I'm anxious to get her to walk, hear she talk and start to really show your personality and ask me things; toys, dolls, food. I want she to ask me and show so much things!
The mother of child, I would say that was educated in good schools. So I think the financial issue was not what made the mother argue with his little daughter. I think maybe it was the lack of dialogue mother and young daughter.
Anyway, I think my desire to have Hannah asking me toys, walking, pointing with his hands, had an enormous effect on my attitude to intervene in something that was not (perhaps) my responsibility. But I was very pleased when I entered the store and bought the toy doll green and Hannah looked at him and it seemed that his eyes lit up!
Then I bought two, one for the child and one for my baby Hannah.
Leaving the store, I did a little silent prayer: May G-d allow My relationship with Hannah be blessed so I can understand She always.