Goa Calling and a baby on board? Worry not. You have come to the right place. Read and learn from my personal experience. If you have read my comeback post, you would know that I took a year-long break from blogging after my delivery. In this period, I traveled a lot. Yes, with my baby! Road … More 6 Things to Know when Travelling to Goa with a Baby
Up until a few months ago this is what our night time sleep or the lack of it looked like: 1: Massage my baby and bathe her at around 10 pm 2: Put on her pajamas, keep the room dim lit and breastfeed for sometime. 3: Put her down, give her the lovey to snuggle … More Why I will not Sleep train my baby Ever!!!
We have such a diverse culture and so many festivals that introducing every one of them to our kids is quite difficult. But the Pola festival of Maharastra needs a special mention. Your kids definitely need to know about it. Why? Because it is a festival for kids. Well, kids and also bullocks. Now before … More Does your child know about the Pola festival? A Picture story of celebrating it with a baby.
Disclosure:*No spoilers people, so go ahead* Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone! It all started with this book and then there was never going back. It was like J.K.Rowling herself grabbed our collars and pushed us through the stone wall leading us to platform no 9 3/4, a world that she created, that we could … More 10 Things You Should Know Before Reading Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
Excuse me while I start with some self preening. I am proud of myself. My baby was exclusively breastfed for the first six months. I admit it, there were times I was considering to switch. Illness, pain, outings, weddings, reasons were many but somehow I stuck with breastfeeding and I couldn’t be happier. Many a … More #breastisbest: Your Otherwise Decision is too.
“Bharat humko jaan se pyara hai… Sabse pyara desh hamara hai…” Today I woke up listening to this beautiful song from a neighbourhood and there couldn’t be a better start to this Independence day. I was instantly filled with the feelings of patriotism. I made my morning cup of tea while humming this song and … More Does Freedom from British Raj make us an Independent Country?
It is almost one year since my last post here. It was about Rakhi and Rakshabandhan 2016 is just around the corner. Gosh! That was definitely not what I had planned for the year 2015. But there were other things that went exactly the way I thought. This past year opened a completely new chapter of … More Long break from blogging- Why am I not guilty?
An age old tradition, an essence of the love shared by brothers and sisters, sweets and gifts galore, Raksha bandhan undoubtedly brings a family together. But today feminists have targeted this holy festival and question its very presence. Now before you think of me as an anti-feminist person (woman) let me tell you I am all for women’s rights … More Is the Raksha in Raksha Bandhan for women alone? Lets find out…
Airtel recently launched 4G internet services across 296 cities in India. The company claims that it is the fastest network available and promises to pay your mobile bills for lifetime if you have a network faster than Airtel4G. Now that caught my attention. Just imagine how easy life would be if there were no mobile … More In search of a network faster than Airtel 4G..
If you are a regular reader you would know that there is a tradition in my family that once a year, no matter what everyone one of us meet up in a pre destined place. May it be our farmhouse or any holiday destination. We all cousins with their respective spouses, uncles aunts gather together … More #together: A trip that taught me the lesson of life