Super Man – Narayan Learning to Fly

I was just searching around on the web and came accross this website BlogShares.com which is “…a fantasy stock market for weblogs. Players get to invest a fictional $500, and blogs are valued by incoming links”. Pretty funny. You can see how MrSikhNet.com currently ranks.

Anways…I saw some of the blogs which link to this one and noticed a blog by my brother Dharam’s friend (Himmat Singh). I didn’t even know he had a blog…and I see him all the time! I found the above picture of Narayan. Here is his description of the photo:

“This is Narayan Singh, Dharam’s nephew, being thrown by me on to the couch. This was a few months ago. By the way, he wanted me to throw him”.

Oh my gosh! So this is what he does when he has “sleep overs” at their house. Hahahaha. Of course Narayan is going to say “do it”. He leaps off his top bunk bed without even a fear in his head. Fearless little guy. I guess it is up to us to manage so that he doesn’t hurt himself.

9 Responses to “Super Man – Narayan Learning to Fly”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow that is a scary jump!

  2. Sat Nam
    that IS scary! before i read your post i thought you cropped his image on to another image…i wonder if you freaked out or Arjan freaked out? but it looks really fun though. :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wow dude! awesome toss!!! tough little guy :o)
    now where is my trampoline…

  4. I think we have gotten over our fears of stuff like this…so it is not so scary. Arjan saw the picture. It’s not a surprise for us. You should see him leap off his bunk bed. I guess as a parent you get a little used to it. It’s hard to control his energy…which he has massive amounts of.

  5. I saw this in Himmat Singh’s blog and thought “oh yeah, learned that in India!” – all the bigger boys love to “play tough” with the littler ones, who all lap it right up! At Summer Solstice registration my son Hargobind (11) saw HarRai Singh coming after him, gave out a yell and ran – straight into HarRai’s arms so HarRai could throw Hargobind over his shoulder! You’re right – as parents we have to give them the space to be strong and enjoy themselves in these ways (while making sure they don’t kill themselves!)

  6. Alan says:

    Gurumustuk

    I just have to say that the pic of your son ‘flying’ is an absolute crack up. For some reason, it brings the biggest smile to my face in ages! What a scream! Every kids fantasy of wanting to fly…..amazing pic. How on earth did you manage to capture that?
    Good on ya,
    All the best
    Alan – Melbourne Australia

  7. FlyingSingh13 says:

    Wow, Narayan looks like he’s on final approach to land!
    Had he made his radio call and pre-landing checks? (Sorry thats the Pilot-geek coming out in me!)

    Great picture, wish I could do ilta like that now! Might give it a try :-D

  8. kiran says:

    wow

    he has sooo got to teach me how to take a jump like that…..

  9. I must have forgotten to tell you about my blog. At the beginning I had a bunch of questions and was going to ask you, but figured it out. I just got back from solstice. I’ll hopefully get some pictures of that up soon.