I am a super dummy when it comes to makeup. I still haven't figure out the right shade of foundation, but when it comes to lipstick, I have found a few that I absolutely love. Once you try on a right shade, it's quite liberating enough to kindle a desire in you to experiment. I … Continue reading Go subtle or go bold!
The brand Chicco came to India in 2008 and they have gradually become one of the top few chosen brands that parents trust and love. This post is a review of the 2 in 1 transform a ball based on the experiences that I and Tigger had while playing with the toy. Toys to learn … Continue reading Chicco 2 in 1 Transform-a-Ball
Warm picturesque sunrises, scrumptious hearty breakfast with a view, walk along the sandy scenic beaches, music-filled energetic nightlife - sounds great? Well, it does to me. And GOA is the perfect answer to all such beach holiday cravings. I have always wanted to have a winter holiday in Goa and it seems like it's going … Continue reading Goa – A perfect beach holiday destination
I am a complete movie buff. Here is proof: I spent most of my pre-wedding dates with my husband (then boyfriend) watching a movie. Especially during my first job, I may have seen at least one movie per week. And as if to encourage me, Sathyam cinemas at Chennai introduced Thursday evening blind dates. These … Continue reading Lakshmi – A must watch for a parent and kid!
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
TOYS: Toys are a part of every kid's childhood. But most toys these days are made of plastic, that is not safe for our children, because they contain phthalates, PVC and bisphenol-A - some very harmful chemicals that lead to irreparable damages to a child's health. They even contain lead, which when ingested, affects the … Continue reading Shumee Activity Walker – Tigger Reviews
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
Clothes maketh a person. Clothes are probably the first thing a person notices about another even as they walk towards each other. Neat clothes, fitting just right, are just a pleasing sight to watch. Subtle shades or colourful hues, clothes speak a lot about a person. Ever since I got pregnant I had a feeling … Continue reading Tigger and his pink lace frock
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