Why I Didn’t Feel the Need to See My Newborn & Didn’t Care When He Was Taken to the NICU?

As my son turns 5 today, I can’t help but reflect on the incredible journey that brought him into my life. On this very day, 5 years ago, I experienced a rollercoaster of emotions during his birth – from excruciating pain to unexpected laughter, and ultimately, a love that transcends time and space. This is …

body after baby

The “Body After Baby” Blues: It’s Okay to Feel This Way, Mama!

Let’s face it, staring in the mirror after having a baby can be a punch in the gut. My stomach, once my pride and joy, now has these cool-toned stripes that look like a roadmap to parenthood (except way less glamorous). My boobs, well, they’re definitely bigger, but forget the perky – they’re more like …

The Ultimatum

The Ultimatum – My Husband, His Affairs, My Daughter and Me!

I had been married to David for 8 years. We had our ups and downs like any couple, but I loved him deeply. That’s why it shattered me when I discovered the truth about his affairs on Tinder and other dating apps. The evidence was undeniable – explicit messages, nude photos, meetup details. When I …

Arti's Homemade Mango Jam

A Tropical Delight: Arti’s Homemade Mango Jam – A Personalised Review!

Summer is here, and with it comes the king of fruits, the mango! Mangoes are not just a fruit; they are a symbol of summer, a burst of flavor, and a source of joy for people of all ages. From sweet to tangy, mangoes come in various varieties, each with its unique taste and texture. …

vacation routine

A Fun-Filled Vacation Routine of a 5-Year-Old: Soaking Up Summer with My Little Guy!

Hey there fellow parents! As a mom of a 5-year-old bundle of energy, I know just how important it is to keep our little ones engaged and happy, especially during vacations. With no school schedules to follow, we can totally relax and fill our days with fun activities that spark his curiosity and creativity. So, …

Health Insurance for Women in India

Future Generali Health PowHER: The Best Health Insurance for Women in India!

Hey Mamas! We get it. Between endless diaper changes, school runs, and late-night cuddles, self-care often falls to the bottom of the list. But here’s the truth: a healthy mama is a happy mama (and a happier family!). Taking care of yourself isn’t selfish – it’s essential for your well-being and your ability to care …

manage anger effectively

5 Things Parents Can Do to Manage Anger Effectively in Kids – Tips By A Mom Herself!

As parents, we all know how quickly a child’s emotions can escalate from happy to an angry outburst. To Manage anger effectively in kids is one of the biggest challenges we face. Those intense tantrums and meltdowns can leave us feeling frustrated and helpless. But with the right skills and strategies, we can teach our …

Buying many toys

Facing Judgements for Buying Many Toys for Your Kids? Here’s An Eye-Opening Perspective…

In this blog, we will explore the reasons behind why some parents buy a large number of toys for their children and shed light on the developmental advantages it can offer. And buying many toys doesn’t mean those parents are not spending quality time with their kids. We’ll also discuss the importance of balance and …

Hitarth & Aadi

How My 4.5 Years Old Son Became a Tiny Guardian Angel : Tale of Lovely Bond Between Aadi & Hitarth

I never thought the day would come when my little Hitarth, a 4.5-year-old with a heart of gold, would turn into a protector, but that’s exactly what happened, and it all started with our amazing next-door family and their even more amazing son, Aadi, a 1-year-old bundle of joy. Frankly, I don’t even like calling …

Skill Based Lessons from Homemakers

Low-Cost Skill Based Lessons from Homemakers: Threat or Opportunity?

Have you ever scrolled through social media and stumbled upon a comment that made you stop and think? Recently, I came across one such comment on a post discussing the pricing of children’s skill classes. The comment critiqued homemakers offering children’s classes at affordable rates, lamenting impacts on experienced teachers. The actual comment; “The only …