I was in a quandary as I usually am these days when it comes to penning down my thoughts- Should I? Shouldn’t I? How much should I let me heart pour out on a topic that occupies the biggest space in my heart? I have been having inhibitions about what I post these days and… Continue reading As you turn 8 my love #LetterstoAngel
All for Love #FictionMondays
I never believed in “Love at first sight”. Call me a cynic if you must, labels never bothered me. For me it was all about the person, and thats not something one can get to know when you see them the first time. But hey, I had to eat my own words the day Ashu… Continue reading All for Love #FictionMondays
The world is your oyster #Fiction Mondays
“Misha smile”. “A nice wide grin with your teeth showing” “Show me your dainty dress, hold it out from the sides as you pose” Click, click , click. Thousands of pictures, from the time she was born. I wanted to capture every moment, the first smile, gasp, tear, laugh, step , year. And after the… Continue reading The world is your oyster #Fiction Mondays
Growing up too fast my baby girl
We cant wait for them to grow up, so that we have time for ourselves. But when they do, we miss those little things, those precious moments that are etched in our memories and imprinted in our hearts. What an irony, isn’t it? I always wished for Angel to grow up soon so that I… Continue reading Growing up too fast my baby girl
Online classes and here is where we as parents are getting it wrong
Until the start of academic year 2020-21, we parents were blissfully unaware of the teaching methodology in school- yes most of us looked at the syllabus, home work, prepared our wards for competitions and various activities in school and asked them about what did they learn at school- but we weren’t physically present to see… Continue reading Online classes and here is where we as parents are getting it wrong
Painless vaccines- are they worth it?
The days when my daughter was an infant and had to get her shots were one of the worst ones as a new parent. The first time she got them when she barely a few days old and had to get 3 of them at once was the one that gave me nightmares. As she… Continue reading Painless vaccines- are they worth it?
Preservative Free Vaccines- Here is what you should know as a parent
A hot topic that often comes up in parents’ circles is about vaccines. As a new parent, one is always left with conflicting thoughts – Am I getting it right? Should I be going for the less painful vaccines or regular ones? Are these far too many vaccines? Add to that the complexity of preservative-free… Continue reading Preservative Free Vaccines- Here is what you should know as a parent
Does your child believe in the Santa story?
I remember the days when I was a child, maybe around 8 or 9 when my uncle (Mom’s brother) and I were engaged in a deep conversation as he told me the story of Santa who lived in the North Pole and came down every Christmas to leave presents for kids as they slept blissfully… Continue reading Does your child believe in the Santa story?
Here is why I get my kid vaccinated for influenza every year #IPromiseToStopFlu
As a mom of a 4 year old, one of the biggest worries I have is my daughter’s eating and her illness. Eating- because she is very picky and meal times tend to stretch a lot. I have always been extra cautious about her getting the right nutrition through her diet. The second worry has… Continue reading Here is why I get my kid vaccinated for influenza every year #IPromiseToStopFlu
Bibliophile Brewing- Raising a reader
One of my earliest memories of books is my mother reading to me when I was around 4-5 years old. We would sit curled up in bed as she read from a colourful book. I don’t exactly recall when I started reading by myself and got drawn into the world of books so much that… Continue reading Bibliophile Brewing- Raising a reader