I am Divya Krishnan, a techie by profession and writer by passion. One sunny afternoon, the stork knocked our door, delivered baby D and BAM! every minute that followed by miraculously redefined my sole purpose of existence in this sublunary world. It is not easy being a mother and most definitely impossible to be the perfect one – no matter how hard you try. Days tick by in a whirl of million nappy changes and jillion growth spurts, not to mention the overbearing cries in the middle of a good night’s sleep. Mood swings and meltdowns are part of the ordeal. The list simply goes on. A mom is often fragile and emotionally unarmed while fighting back a myriad of situations that question her capabilities. Tribulation is part of motherhood and that makes the journey more meaningful. I truly celebrate the role of being a mom and would move mountains to keep the little one comfy and happy.
In this blog, you can find my real-time experiments as a first-time-mommy. The scenes revolve around my Baby D who is 1 year old and Dr.H my husband who is a doctor (When we meet someone new, I deftly say “he is a doctor and I’m the sane one”, just to promote my non-doctory skills). Baby D loves being outdoors so we have forcefully included long-drives in Dr.H’s otherwise uncompromising routine. You can find the related episodes in this site. You may also find occasional poems being blurted out just like that when I am in my best mood. I also share genuine product reviews (call a spade a spade), book reviews, tried-and-tested parenting tips here. The posts are crafted with utmost candor, intending to add a gleam of glory to motherhood.
This October 2018, Merry Motherhood gained more than 1K followers. I still cannot believe that the words I type from this dark corner of my bedroom is being read, ruminated and enjoyed by people all over the world. Thank you so much for your time and feedback. I value every reader of mine, we are now a close-knit community in this widespread blogosphere. If you are interested to guest-post in my site, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Guest Post For MM”. Let’s help each other grow better as a parent and outgrow our own weaker versions in the days to come.
Happy Parenting 🙂