A Mom’s Dilemma- Playschool At 2 Or 3 Years Of Age

My daughter has turned 2 this August. Sometimes it feels that time is slipping out of my hands too fast but if I look at her day schedule it seems like a long journey. As a Mom I have to think hard how to keep her engaged or introduce new ways of learning and fun […]

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Baby Car Seat- No it’s just not a status symbol

here are so many things to buy once the baby comes in our life. In my family, we have a tradition that only the New Mommy’s parents will buy pram (‘paalna’) for the baby. So even I got a nice, sturdy pram gifted from my parents, we bought another ‘light-weight’ stroller especially for the travelling […]

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Dandruff, Dullness, Dryness – How To Shield Baby This Winter Frm These 3D’s

Finally Winters are here and though weather is changing rapidly, it’s difficult to figure out the right care for the baby. Sometime we cover them so much or often too many layers fuss the baby and cause irritation. For the new parents, baby’s first winter cause even more panic and creates confusion. Last winters were […]

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Why I Prefer To Buy Online . .

I was worried the entire first half today. Early morning bath, breakfast preparation, and then I got my baby ready hurriedly, that too on a weekend so as to reach the Shopping Mall on time! Right from parking to scaling the mall from ground floor to the top floor was a terrific task.  We took […]

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To all the people who didn’t planned anything for 31st, I’m with you. Some did planned wonderfully, few flew abroad, few drove to the beautiful cities of country, some checked-in at relatives or friend’s place and few banged up the best DJ party of the town! While many remained in their nest only and simply […]

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2016 – A year of Euphoria for me

In the morning today as usual I rushed to prepare breakfast for my husband. My little baby (half-asleep) was still in the bed and as I was about to put parantha on the Tawa, I heard her scream. She had fell down from the bed with her eyes still- closed, full of tears. I put […]

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Excerpts From A Dad’s Diary

I was editing the presentation my boss had to deliver tomorrow to the board. It was more of cleaning the shit he had drafted and making his pants look neater. I was feeling strangled and choked of his pungent and rotten mess. I could really smell it, as if his voluptuous assets were in the […]

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