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2nd April 2018

Which baby carrier should I buy? – Confused?

I have been a baby wearing mom since #MrK was 10 days old and absolutely love it. I attended the Mumbai sling libraries baby wearing meet when I was pregnant and even wrapped my pregnant belly. With this you must know how crazy I’m about baby wearing. I tried to understand almost all types of carries in that meet but frankly a single meet isn’t […]

25th January 2018

My Take on Giving Freedom to Kids

“Children should have enough freedom to be themselves-once they have learned the rules” quotes Anna Quindlen (an American author). The question here arises is that do we as parents follow this? Many would say a ‘YES’. But personally speaking its 50% of the ‘YES’. Why so????  Have we ever pondered on this question?  Not deeply.  Yes, but we often compare our childhood with that of […]

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 […]

27th November 2017

Windmill Festival – Save the Date

Are you ready for some fun this December? Then here you go.  SAVE THE DATE for the Windmill Festival  is here to add to some fun. Windmill Festival – ‘India’s First International Children’s Festival’ is back. The second season of the festival is scheduled to be held on December 16th and 17th, 2017 at Jio Garden, BKC in Mumbai. The festival is a joint initiative between Event Capital (a Laqshya Media […]

20th November 2017

Home safety- #HowSafeAreYou

As mother and a home maker, home safety is of utmost importance to me. I’m sure so it is for you all too coz home is where the heart is. Your personal safety depends on you and so does your home safety. I am sure all of us wants the best safety for our homes and this drives us to get the best safety measures […]

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 […]

13th October 2017

My Conception News Story

Mr. K took good time to select us as his parents. Yes, we waited for 22 months before we could conceive this little man.  While, I was going to the doctor and doing follow ups to conceive naturally, there was a time when the doctor said you may have to get a IVF or IUI. My husband and I were disheartened.  But we thought this […]

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 […]