“I have enough clothes and shoes, I don’t need to go shopping” said no woman ever, one of the amusing quotes from Sophie Kinsella’s Shopaholic series. For those who are not familiar with the author, a bit of background. She has written the famous Shopaholic series which is a witty and comical book that captures… Continue reading Online shopping-The smart way!
One of the things that you hear from your new born’s pediatrician most probably during your first visit is to give the baby some tummy time daily. To elaborate it, tummy time is placing the baby on their tummy for sometime which has numerous benefits. It gives the baby a new view. In fact to… Continue reading Tummy time- some lessons learnt!
“I’m going to be a mother. There’s a precious little life growing inside me. How amazing.” As soon as the good news has sunk in, the first and foremost thought that hits us is finding a good gynecologist. This is by no means an easy task and I request you, please do not take it… Continue reading Choosing the right Gynecologist-5 step guide
At times, when I reminiscence my childhood days, though most of them are filled with wonderful moments , there are those few memories which still invoke some negative feelings and make me cringe. Though I am a matured person now and maybe I should just shake it off as harmless childhood pranks but somehow I… Continue reading Teasing-More a harm than harmless fun
As you grow older you realise that your mom is the best friend you ever had. I read this on facebook a couple of days back and it immediately struck a chord with me. I felt it aptly described my relationship with my mom. It’s a unique bond that I share with her not just… Continue reading My Iron Lady
The day my little brother was born, I was hit by a stone which accidentally went straight to my eye. I was playing in the garden and someone flung a stone in the air which unfortunately found its target- my eye. I bled profusely and though I recall none of it, everyone at home was… Continue reading The Sibling factor
Undoubtedly,it is a matter of personal choice of working or staying at home. In my case I have always worked and these 4 months of maternity leave is the longest break I have ever taken. Suffering from Monday morning blues is common for every working person and I am no exception to that. The eagerness… Continue reading Valuable lessons I learnt from Corporate Life