At one vendor he gave the money with his left hand....which is his right hand I mean he is a left handed guy so for us his left hand is his right hand ..did I just confuse you??
So the vendor tells him 'give with your right hand...must never give with left hand'
This confused Aadu and he looked up to Daddy dear.
Daddy dear says to the vendor:'this is his right hand...he is left handed; you should take it from him from the same hand. Don't ask him to change'
Vendor then proceeds to take the cash from Aadu from the left hand.
During all this I was not around...I was busy yapping with my favorite vendor who had just returned from a trip to India !!
I was told all this much later when we were back home. I felt very proud of Amol for having stood up for Aadu.
In other places which we regularly visit, the people know that Aadu is left handed and so they never bother to say anything.
This served as an important lesson for Aadu also, he will know that it's OK to be different and that we have to stand up for ourselves...