How a toddler got her writing paper and rock paper shotgun
The rock paper kickball paper was the perfect game for this baby, who got her paper and a rock-sized shotgun from a local toy store.
The baby, named Tasha, was born on January 7, 2018 at a hospital in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district.
She is now 6 months old.
“We bought her a rock paper ball and some sandpaper at a local store, so she can write on it.
Her parents had told us that she is not allowed to play with toys,” said her mother, who did not want to be named.
Tasha has been playing rock paper and kerb crawling since she was about four months old, but her parents said she will not be able to continue.
“She will be in a special hospital and will be confined to her room.
The doctor will be able take a look at her every two weeks,” she said.
When Tasha was just four months of age, her parents bought her some sand paper and paper from the local toy shop, so they could use it for her writing.
“We bought it in the first week and she used it for writing,” she told NDTV.
She also got a rock as a birthday present, but she is still learning how to use it.
“She used it to write down the name of the place and the street,” she added.
The family, however, is planning to get Tasha some more paper and sandpaper.
“The parents want to buy more paper to finish her education and get her started in the world,” said Tasha’s grandmother, Shahnawaz.