Sunshine Blogger Award – My Third Award!!!

The whole idea of blogging is to let the world know what's running in your seemingly introverted mind. If it isn't for the acknowledgement from readers and fellow bloggers, one would have always opted for a personal diary or a similar app in the phone to jot down their ideologies and feelings. Bagging this award... Continue Reading →

Mommyversary Special – A Summary Of Lessons Learnt

Baby D celebrated his first birthday last weekend and I am still oh so excited about it. The same day also marks my first mommyversary, a feat that should be truly cherished and celebrated. From being a prudently watchful, helpless first-time mom, I gradually transformed into a more confident, mentally stronger super-mommy who never hesitates... Continue Reading →

How To Battle Postpartum Depression – A Mom’s Guide To Mindfulness

Disclaimer : The author shares her own postpartum experience of her first pregnancy. The statements and recommendations are devoid of any medical proof. Okay, the disclaimer gives a seriously terrific effect to this post but let me assure you, none of the lines that follow hold any nail-biting incidents. In fact, it is the exact... Continue Reading →

Tips For A Perfect Babymoon

What is a Babymoon?                      Babymoon is a vacation taken by parents-to-be, usually during the second trimester of pregnancy, as a means of relaxation. Amidst the fluctuating moods and constant stress that prevail throughout pregnancy, going on a babymoon is an efficient stress-buster that connects the... Continue Reading →

The Mombie Conundrum

This post comes straight from the brain of an overworked, undernourished yet physically over-sized, emotionally drained, insanely sleep deprived mommy - you may conveniently call me 'mombie'. It's been an year since I slept through the night. Baby D is not the whole reason. He has a decent sleep pattern these days ( Touchwood! )... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Review – One Mole Digging A Hole

I made my first attempt to enkindle baby D's numeracy and spurred him on to read One Mole Digging A Hole, a numerical picture book written and illustrated by Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt respectively. This colorful counting book has an impressive rating of 3.8 in goodreads which sort of beguiled me into buying it... Continue Reading →

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