“Children should have enough freedom to be themselves-once they have learned the rules” quotes Anna Quindlen (an American author). The question here arises is that do we as parents follow this? Many would say a ‘YES’. But personally speaking its 50% of the ‘YES’. Why so???? Have we ever pondered on this question? Not deeply. Yes, but we often compare our childhood with that of our kids. I too am a parent and many a
Since ages, we have been hearing maa hamesha Sahi hoti hai (mom is always right). As a child I grew up hearing this sentence and always thought what crap. But as time passed by I only realised how right she was when she said things. One patent dialogue by my mom is unforgettable “ Shadi hogi tab pata chalega.” (You will realise when you get married). I always argued I have always got the best
This blog is a part of the Chai-a-thon blog train organized by ‘The Momsteins’ I would like to thank Mamatha from all about mommying for introducing me. Chai Chai!! Chai Chai!! This is the way Mr.K murmurs when he sees the chai (tea) water boiling up. The entire family loves tea and can’t do without tea. This excitement for tea is passed to my toddler too ?. Though I am not against tea in anyway
I am a social being. I would go mad if I had not meet people. To keep my urge of socialising going, I meet people and travel to places with friends and family. We all know parenting dramatically changes our life. However, we need to keep it going and so we planned to travel with our boy this vacation and noticed how the plans kept changing, keeping him in mind. Planning a travel is
If you read my post regularly you might know that I had a beautiful pregnancy. I worked, partied ( the decent way) till the end of my pregnancy. In fact even four days before delivery I was out socialising with people. Once,I gave birth to my little boy, I was enjoying my motherhood eternally. I loved changing diapers and nappies every hour. Breast feeding was in itself a beautiful experience. Few days passed by, our
The most common question moms would get postpartum is does ur baby sleep in the night? Does he cry? Thankfully, I had a YES in my answer for the first question. Its a bliss when your baby sleeps well in the night. Sleep training is of utmost importance as this helps a mom from postparutm depression and a well slept baby is a happy baby. The question is how will you do this? Remember, that
It brings me immense pleasure to share that I, along with 24 other bloggers are celebrating #9daysofwomanhood throughout Navratri. I thank Jasmeet Kaur for introducing me. Read her blog mommyvoyage.I have followed her throughout my pregnancy days and even now. So I am not disclosing the prompt for today. Read my post and guess the prompt and leave in your comments below. I have always been an average student all my life. A person who needs
It brings me immense pleasure to share that I, along with 24 other bloggers are celebrating #9daysofwomanhood throughout Navratri. I thank Jasmeet Kaur for introducing me. I loved her blog mommyvoyage on the prompt for today Being a Woman In India. I think clothing is transformative. When you put something really beautiful on, you feel something. In so many ways, we’re always playing a form of dress-up – it’s just a grown-up, much chicer version of it.