My Quotidian Routine

I seriously have run out of topics. A mild dose of Indian politics might amuse you but I cannot afford to discuss it without throwing in a handful of ahem ahem.. swear words then and there. So today the focus is on some of the monotonous tasks of my life as a stay-at-home mother. Fasten... Continue Reading →

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A Frugal Mom’s Guide To Smart Shopping

Dr.H and I have decided to keep an eye on every single transaction that usually bypasses our notice and skip every purchase that isn't concerned with food, tea, clothing needs (not for the next two months), tea, baby essentials, tea, one-time fuel for the forever thirsty car at the beginning of the month, tea and... Continue Reading →

5 Life Lessons To Learn From Babies

"Babies are like little suns that, In a magical way, bring warmth, Happiness and light into our lives." - Anonymous A baby, apart from being a cuddly bundle of joy teaches us some of life's crucial lessons that we otherwise grope for inside the cranky, yellow pages of self-help books or their contemporary Kindle versions.... Continue Reading →

Two Things That I Truly Cherish

My driving lessons have come to an end. Which means, no more Blobby tales in our blog hereafter. I returned home a bit earlier than usual because of the sun. Everyone else loved today's yellow mellow pleasant weather. Everyone, except me. The beautiful puddles along the road sides are all gone, leaves have stopped dripping... Continue Reading →

#GuestPost Toddlers And Brushing- My Story, My Tips!!

Guest Post by Dr.Deepti Jain   It was only 6th month of experiencing motherhood and I saw a pearly white edge in Baby A’s little mouth. Being a dentist, I straightaway knew it was his first tooth popping out. He had always defied the laws with milestones and so was with the chronology of tooth eruption... Continue Reading →

5 Simple Tips To Become A Better Homemaker

The most unceremoniously underrated position in the world is the role of a housewife. The chores we undertake are plainly boring, monotonous and never-ending, therefore our lives are deemed mundane (sometimes by others, most often by ourselves) which only intensifies our phlegmatic attitude on the tasks to be taken charge of. Yes, I cannot deny... Continue Reading →

5 Life Lessons To Learn From My Grandmother

My mom knows a lot, but my grandmother knows everything! There are countless lessons one can learn from this golden generation whose population is getting lesser and lesser as days pass by. Here's a list of 5 important principles or lessons one can learn from my grandma's way of living. Her name is Umayaparvathi and... Continue Reading →

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