Parenting 101 – My wishes for my child!

While pregnant, I used to wish for 1000 things I want for my child. And, as I held my child in my arms for the first time, all those things became insignificant. Here are all the real wishes I have for my child. I wish for you to be happy and healthy.  I wish for […]

Rant 101 by a mother!

Motherhood is an emotional ride with ups and downs. Nothing can be more depressing than others raising doubt on your abilities as a mother. In a span of few months, I have had a varied range of experience – some good and some bad. As title suggests this is going to be a rant post, […]

Parenting 101 -5 Lessons I learnt from my child

Kids are fast learners, or so I had thought. Who could have known that my child would become my teacher. Over the last few months, I have been re-learning some important lessons of life. Here are few of them! Smile, cause it’s free It is rightly said that laughter is the best medicine and I […]

Parenting 101 – Expectation vs Reality! #MyFriendAlexa

The little bundle of joy who sleeps peacefully in the crib is an angel that blessed your life. You are the lucky parents who get to enjoy the fruits of parenthood. The first time for everything – the first smile, the first teeth, the first step and the list in endless! Between all these first times, […]

Parenting 101 – myths debunked!

Being a first time parent can seem to be daunting and scary.  You need to learn new skills and new vocabulary. Words like – diaper, burp, feed get a prominent place in daily discussions. In a small time frame, you turn from novice to pro at parenting. In last few months, I have learnt few […]

Seven Year Itch! #Barathon

Year 2018 I bumped into Ananth at a grocery store today & my heart skipped a beat. We smiled hesitantly and moved in opposite directions. He was the kind of guy whom I don’t usually date, but I had still fallen for him. He was not particularly special looking, but his confidence makes him stand out […]

Around the world! #BarAThon

Mr. Singhal was retiring today after 35 years of job and was ready for second innings of his life. He wanted to spend rest of his life peacefully. His wife had expired years ago and both the children were well settled abroad. Every alternate day he would receive call from one of his children. Today, […]

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