Been married for “X number of years” so when’s the good news? If this question hasn’t been thrown at you time and again and you said you live in India, I would be gobsmacked. The age to marry, to procreate, then procreate again so that your child has a sibling, everything seems to be decided… Continue reading When’s the good news?
Little Rhea came running home, her face looked pale, her eyes bore the sign of tears which had been trickling down a while ago. One look at her and Mumma quickly put down the cup of tea and rushed towards her. What had happened? Did she fall down or have a tiff with someone? Was… Continue reading Have you had the period talk with your little girl?
It starts from “Are you married? If no, then how old are you? Why not? Kundali dosh? Boyfriend? If you are married, how many years? How many children?” And if for any reason you don’t have kids, you have had it. There goes a barrage of questions and the Auntyjis sharing their expertise on why it’s important… Continue reading Bottled up
I started blogging a couple of months back when Angel my daughter completed 3 months which left me with a teeny weeny bit of time for myself (which felt like a luxury). I was drawn by so many articles on the subject of Working Mom and Stay at Home Mom. Some of them just sharing their stories… Continue reading Haven’t we had enough of the Working mom v/s SAHM ? Are we done yet ?
Motherhood is undoubtedly one of life’s most beautiful gifts but along with it comes a host of other things. People’s prying eyes and blaming tones, pointing fingers at the mother for everything and anything that her child does or doesn’t do. Is it fair to hold the mother responsible? No doubt the mother is the… Continue reading Am I a bad mother?
She waited and prayed fervently. Each moment seemed like an hour. O God please hear my prayers this time, I will forever be grateful to you. Finally after a few minutes, still chanting God’s name, she checked the test result and hoped that she would see the 2 pink lines. Those 2 pink lines. She… Continue reading The Pink Line(Short story)
When I think of my grandparents (Mom’s parents) it was a very close bond we shared in fact I still share with my grand mom. Though they lived in a different city , we would visit them every summer vacation. That was back then. My mom was a stay at home mom and she brought… Continue reading Grandparents – in the 21 at century