Diwali is a time full of excitement, celebration and happiness. It not only brings joy to our homes but also brings families together. Every year we wait for this time of year to celebrate this biggest festival with togetherness, laughter, good food, dressing up and making memories that last for our lifetime. Amongst all the … Continue reading Values Your Kids Can Learn During Diwali
Life is full of chaos these days. As adults, sometimes it becomes difficult to identify, understand and cope with our emotions. And often we can’t recognise what we’re really feeling. Our coping mechanism makes us ignore our feelings or pretend they don’t exist. In worst case scenario we turn to unhealthy habits like Emotional Eating, … Continue reading Little People, Big Emotions
To Pee or Not to Pee As a child, I was brought up in a household where we had the Indian toilet system and not the Western or European one. My mother always made sure that we always keep it clean and never leave the toilet dirty, smelly or unflushed. This is a habit that … Continue reading PrettyMumma’s Honest Review – PEESAFE Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray
Two days ago, an incident in Bangalore jolted me deeply from inside. It was an incident where a mother, pushed her 7 years-old differently-abled daughter from the terrace of her flat. That helpless little girl, Shreya, died on the spot. The mother told the Police that her daughter was restless and she decided to throw … Continue reading The Darkest Shade of Blue
Free·dom – ˈfrēdəm –noun The power or right to act, speak or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. Yoga is a celebration of the freedom we experience in our minds, bodies, hearts and souls. With so much competition, stress and difficulty young kids face, it has become very important that kids should learn yoga for … Continue reading Freedom for Our Children – The Yoga Way
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also - Luke 12:34
#GuestBlog by Gaurav Prakash To start with I am not a single Dad – so why am I writing this blog post? My experience of a ‘single dad’ is from the child’s perspective. Yes, I grew up with a single parent – my Father. He is 80 years old and simply does not give a … Continue reading Parenting — The Single Dad Way
A lot has been written by experienced fathers and psychologists about the challenges a father faces during the first year of fatherhood. Very little has been written about this dimension of parenthood from a mother's perspective. An aspect yet unspoken and undiscovered.
This wasn’t something that surprised me. She loves taking selfies. That doesn’t bother me too. What caught my attention was her love for dressing up just for selfies. Am I allowing her to become a narcissist?