Category: Parenting

15th January 2018

My Mom Was Right

Since ages, we have been hearing maa hamesha Sahi hoti hai (mom is always right). As a child I grew up hearing this sentence and always thought what crap. But as time passed by I only realised how right she was when she said things. One patent dialogue by my mom is unforgettable “ Shadi hogi tab pata chalega.” (You will realise when you get […]

13th January 2018

Breastfeeding – How to Get it Right?

Breastfeeding is a beautiful experience and I always wanted to breastfeed my baby. I am thankful to God as I never faced any issues in producing milk. But there are moms who do face such issues. Each mom who faces issues with producing milk might have googled n number of times to find what can work for producing more milk. I am no doctor or […]

30th December 2017

5 parenting learning of this year

  Its been only 17 months that I have been a mom but parenting has taught me a lot personally. Everyday experiences has helped me improve each passing day in my parenting journey too. I thought of sharing with you all this years learnings: 1. Be Patient: All through my life I was an impatient being. Just can’t think of waiting and going slow. I […]

24th November 2017

Toddler car safety measures

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post but the views are my own. Last month, we had been on a trip to Udaipur. This was our first ever long trip with K. We were all excited and geared up. This was going to be a complete road trip but since we had some changes in plan at the end moment we took the flight while going […]

11th November 2017

How to make children’s day special for your kids?

How to make children’s day special for your kids? Are you still thinking, how would you celebrate and make this day special for you kids. Read on for I have some easy and simple ways to celebrate this children’s day with your kids. Children’s day is celebrated on 14 November every year on the birth anniversary of the first Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime […]

16th October 2017

COMFORT OR COURAGE – what to choose when travelling with a baby?

I am a social being. I would go mad if I had not meet people. To keep my urge of socialising going, I meet people and travel to places with friends and family. We all know parenting dramatically changes our life. However, we need to keep it going and   so we planned to travel with our boy this vacation and noticed how the plans […]

9th October 2017

Socialising after becoming a Parent

If you read my post regularly you might know that I had a beautiful pregnancy. I worked, partied  ( the decent way) till the end of my pregnancy. In fact even four days before delivery I was out socialising with people. Once,I gave birth to my little boy, I was enjoying my motherhood eternally. I loved changing diapers and nappies every hour. Breast feeding was […]

5th October 2017

A Mom’s Nostalgia

Pregnancy was the most beautiful episode of my life. Being a new mom was yet again a  pleasing experience. Parenthood is one toughest hood of life. But there are times when a dad or mom would feel nostalgic about being a parent. Times when I become nostalgic about my early motherhood phase. I know its not been many years but only few months since MrK […]

2nd October 2017

My Lullaby to Sleep Train My Baby

The most common question moms would get postpartum is does ur baby sleep in the night? Does he cry? Thankfully, I had a YES in my answer for the first question. Its a bliss when your baby sleeps well in the night. Sleep training is of utmost importance as this helps a mom from postparutm depression and a well slept baby is a happy baby. […]

27th September 2017

First Year of Baby – Khevaansh AKA #Mrk

It brings me immense pleasure to share that I, along with 24 other bloggers are celebrating #9daysofwomanhood throughout Navratri. I thank Jasmeet Kaur for introducing me. Read her blog mommyvoyage.I have followed her throughout my pregnancy days and even now. The prompt for today is ‘First Year of Baby’. I am so thankful to this blog challenge, it has helped me record all that I was […]