The Adventures of Mumma & Nu!

‘Nu…Nu…Aapi Nu‘ (Nu…Nu…himself Nu), that’s what my son keeps repeating in an endless mode nowadays. One month before turning two, my son named himself “Nu”. Of all the names Mumma gave him, he picked up this, simple and easy to pronounce. The kiddo teaches me something new every day. From being persistent & passionate, to be […]

Mother-Daughter

Mother of Mine!

“You gave to me all of my life To do as I please I owe everything I have to you Mother, sweet mother of mine” I remember these lyrics from Mother of Mine by Jimmy Osmond by heart. We used to sing it in school choir for Mother’s Day celebration each year. It perfectly sums up […]

Born this way & proud of it!

” I’m beautiful in my way ‘Cause God makes no mistakes I’m on the right track, baby I was born this way “ The first time heard these lyrics from the Lady Gaga’s song Born this Way, I knew this song represents a part of me. The lyrics fit the story of my life perfectly. […]

Working Woman and Proud Mother!

Year 2010: A usual scene for a fourth year engineering graduate was celebrating after getting campus placement. That’s what I was also doing. I was elated to begin the journey in a corporate world. The excitement of earning salary and ability to spend it all on shopping! The naive me was unaware of all the […]

Parenting 101 – A mother’s guilt!

Mother’s guilt is a natural feeling and majority of us will suffer from it at some point in time. Wanting to do your best in everything can become overwhelming. How many times in a week do you question yourself that – Am I a good mother? Does a corner in your heart hold the list […]

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 […]

Wrong or Right? #BarAThon

“Mummy, where is my Papa?”, Ziva blurted out the question angrily as soon as she entered home from school. Natasha stood frozen in time as she tried to find a right answer for a simple question. “Maa, why don’t we live with my father?’, Ziva asked again as she jolted her mother. “Ziva, we know […]

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