Become a parent and you learn all the new skills. Multitasking and multiple roles is a daily thing. I thought being a parent once had prepared me for being a second time parent. Was I right? Parenting one child is focusing on needs of one at a time. Feeding, bathing or playing – you do […]
Facing Covid as a Mother!
It’s not a new news that my family was affected by Covid and I have been vocal about it earlier too. How should I begin to describe the emotions that I faced as a mother with two kids affected by the virus – a toddler and a new born? How it began? With my elder […]
Letter to my child – To a new beginning!
Dear Nu, The month of October has been a happy one all throughout my life. The festive season start now and the celebrations continues till New Year. With your arrival, the month is dearer to me as its your birthday month. Now, that you have turned three, I have so much to say to you […]
Development Milestones for Three-ager!
We have seen major ups & downs in this year and this has impacted child behavior too. Many pre-schoolers around the world have not yet started schooling as things are in lockdown mode. The social interaction of kids has reduced significantly as they are not meeting their friends or cousins. Amongst all this, the worry […]
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 […]
Kids 101 – Lion or Lamb!
As parents you always have things to discuss with fellow parents. Few days back, I was talking to a new mom who asked me whether my son is a lion or a lamb? It took me sometime to understand the question & gave me the idea for the post too! 😉 How many of you […]
Kids 101 – Toddler milestones for two year old!
How often have you heard parents talking about terrible twos? The toddler tantrums can be terrible times, but there are ways to manage them. A child at two years is exploring the environment & learns to exercise his control over things. As a mother to a toddler, I am sharing the tips that I follow […]