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This is the first thing that popped up in my mind when I decided to scrawl back in WP. Mom guilt is a noxious emotion that every single mother in this world goes through during various stages of parenting. We do whine about our saggy possessions, tiger marks, ever-growing bellies (and what not) but when... Continue Reading →
Baby D and I went to the park yesterday. I'm not a fan of kids park, you guys. Ask me if I can walk, I'll go miles with you. But snaking around the sliding board for an hour or two? Heck no. It's monotonous, tiresome and boriiiiinnggg. While remaining cool and composed on the outside,... Continue Reading →
The reason I am composing this all of a sudden is because I met a close friend and her newborn princess yesterday. They are in the pink of health but Dr.H and I sensed subtle traces of Postpartum Blues in the mother which flashed in front of our eyes my very own story that happened... Continue Reading →
The news bothered me more than I thought it would. I logged into my Facebook group to see the reaction of other moms regarding the verdict. (Click the image to view the source) As expected, there was this verbose post fuming a hot discussion on which brand we should trust next, all the while arrowing... Continue Reading →