My little one started walking at 1 year 1 months, which was quite late by the standards set by his own father! Right from the time a child is born, comparisons start. Someone stands as early as 8 months, while some can't even walk at … Continue reading A – Accept your Child !
Come April, and the bloggers are busy with their laptops and minds churning out blogs from A to Z ! Last year was my first participation in A2Zchallenge, and even though I have been irregularly irregular the rest of year, I could not sit back … Continue reading Parenting : My experiences
Relationships and Trust Have you ever lost someone's trust? Someone who really means a lot to you, but you let them down? What did you do in that case to win it back? Trust they say takes years to build, seconds to break and forever … Continue reading
She thinks she's weak, She knows not the hidden strength within, She gives in to whatever you say, She believes all your lies, She lets her be manipulated, She underplays her beauty, her knowledge just to boost your ego, She stands for you even though … Continue reading She
"And they lived Happily ever after" All the fairy tales, all Bollywood and Hollywood movies end when the hero marries his love interest, making us believe that marriage is all about the "the happily ever after." The truth is Marriages are ugly. Marriages are much … Continue reading Marriage too needs to be nurtured.
I turned 39 the day before! Most of my 30s were a troubled time. Struggling with a child who would fall ill frequently, a husband who was always busy so unavailable, and being forced into a joint family which was dysfunctional in its own way, … Continue reading Serenity ! A way of life !
"Mummy, my tooth is paining." The little boy came crying and dashed into his mothers lap. "Ah, let me see!"His mother straightened him to have a look inside his mouth. "Oh, It's loose already! Don't worry, the tooth fairy will come at night. She will … Continue reading Everyday Miracles
"Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place" - Zora Neale Hurston One of my colleagues gave me a book to read. It was written by one of his patients. The author of this book was diagnosed with a fatal lung disease, which … Continue reading Book Review: Who took my breath away ?