Snippet #36 Winds Of Change

Last week was pretty rough for the three of us. I sprained my knee, my phone broke on its own (or was it the raccoon?), I almost forgot the existence of this blog of mine, the husband experienced a tremendous meltdown and to top it all, my little one fell ill. It was like some... Continue Reading →

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“This Changes Everything” – #GuestPost by Dr.Johnnie K. Seago

As Ted and I raced to the hospital early that Wednesday morning, we looked forward to coming home in a few days with a bundle of joy and working that bundle into our color-coded synchronized schedules. The lightning bolt came out of the blue. I was not expecting my life to change dramatically. My nanny was set up, my... Continue Reading →

STAR RENDEZVOUS With Navya Abraham

Hola, fellas. I am delighted to introduce the guest of today's STAR RENDEZVOUS - Navya Abraham. She is an adorable mom blogger who shares her everyday experience with baby A in the form of snaps and stories in Instagram (@alitlebitofme). When she is not mommying around her little girl, you will find her organizing fairy-tale... Continue Reading →

8 Life Lessons Learnt From The Inspirational Women In My Life

Mom: "Be grateful for what you already have in life. A harvest of peace is produced from a seed of contentment." Grandma: On parenting "Children must be taught how to think, not what to think." On cooking "The secret recipe is not Nothing. It's Love. By love, I mean varutharacha thenga curry with an ounce... Continue Reading →

Snippet #35 Parental Blues

This week has been pretty crazy with my doolally brain feeling more of the downsides of parenthood at an ever alarming rate. My attempts to fight back this Tired Parent Syndrome miserably burnt out, so did my self-motivation $#!+. The mental fatigue wreaked havoc on my day-to-day activities to a larger extent that one fine day, that... Continue Reading →

#Plog 02 -Birds From Our Garden

  “The sharp thrill of seeing the birds reminded me of childhood happiness, gifts under the Christmas tree, perhaps, a kind of euphoria we adults manage to shut out most of the time. This is why I bird-watch, to recapture what it's like to live in this moment, right now.”  ― Lynn Thomson   Photos by... Continue Reading →

Snippets From The Absorbent Mind – On Infancy and Environment

According to Maria Montessori, the first six years of life is when the child develops his own mental flesh, using which he explores, judges, embraces and fights the world for the rest of his life. And it all gets kickstarted the moment they are born into this world. Right from infancy! ◎ The absorbent mind... Continue Reading →

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