This is the first post on a series of posts I am planning to write on mommying! Click here to read them all. PROMPT 1: My MANTRA! Many parents tell their kids to start adulting as soon as they reach their 20s. No kid would have escaped it. But I am pretty sure that most … Continue reading Parenting is hard! But so is Life!
I was watching an episode from Gilmore Girls and somehow a few incidents from my memories flashed through my mind. It was more like a series of short videos and there was one common relationship in all those stories. But, for some reason, this relationship did not get its due and that somehow seemed unfair … Continue reading Siblings and their dependability
72 years of Independence in India. How many years does the Indian really feel independent? Yes, by now, you would have guessed that this is going to be a blue / negative post. Talking about the negatives seems much easy but isn't that what we have all been good at all these years? India has … Continue reading In Dependency
Rakshabandhan is special to many people for many reasons. It is the day they display their love for their siblings. I use the word siblings rather loosely as the bond between a brother and sister is just one among the many forms of platonic relationships that are celebrated for the Raksha between the two. But … Continue reading ‘Raksha’ Bandhan
Yup, it's me and not a guest blogger. And yes, I have chosen to write on a DIY for this post. Me - the most laziest mom when it comes to doing it out my own. That being the case, are you wondering why this post from me? Well, Tigger is almost 10 months old … Continue reading DIY for sensory development
For many of us, Monsoon is the season we look forward to for months. When you live in a place like Chennai, you are accustomed to having s summer for almost 10 months in a year. 2 months in between are for the other seasons - Spring, Autumn and Winter. Now winter is a luxury … Continue reading Monsoon Smiles
Kids born now belong to the Generation Alpha and to them freedom that folks from our grandparents' generation fought for is going to be hard to explain to.These kids are going to grow up with a mix of sustainable living amidst the various gadgets and gizmos they have around them.These kids have witnessed the cloth … Continue reading Freedom and Generation Alpha
Certain relationships last for a lifetime. I read on study.com that there are several stages for each friendship. Starting from contact, involvement, intimacy, it goes stage by stage on how we perceive and react to the friendship. Wanting someone to hang out with when bored and needing someone to be there to share everyday happiness … Continue reading Friendship beyond a decade
I have been wearing Tigger in a carrier since he was 6weeks old. My first ever carrier was Soul AnoonA. Before AnoonA, new born babies would have to be carried in a wrap or a sling as such. If a soft structured carrier was to be used for a baby, then either a baby insert … Continue reading Soul sling – Full Buckle – Tigger Reviews
The white bird has caught its prey! Questions to the fish: 1. Did you fight with your friends and family that morning and leave angrily without saying bye? 2. Did you get the intuition that someone is waiting to end your day? 3. Did it hurt more or were you more shocked when you … Continue reading Victim? Prey? Survivor?