Little One's Big Dream

My Little One’s Big Dream: To Be as Wise as Lord Ganesha!

As parents, we often think our little ones can’t understand big ideas. But recently, my three-year-old daughter amazed me with her deep thoughts after a story. One night, we cuddled for our bedtime story ritual – a cherished tradition in our home. Storytelling has been a powerful tool to nurture my daughter’s imagination, instill values, …

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 …

skincare for kids

Skincare for Kids: Why Less is More From a Dermatologist’s Perspective!

Hi moms (and dads) of the wonderful world of Momyhood! Dr. Pretty here, a practicing dermatologist. Today, we’re diving into a topic that’s been catching my eye in the office: skincare for kids. The shelves are overflowing with fancy products promising a youthful glow, even for the littlest ones. The message is clear: a number-of-step …

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, …

Fairy Frills

Frills, Thrills and Fulfilling Dreams: The Making of a Mom’s Children’s Brand

Hello fellow moms and readers, I’m excited to share with you a journey that’s very close to my heart—a story about motherhood, dreams, and the little steps we take toward big aspirations. My name is Bhawya, and this is how I started my own children’s clothing brand, inspired by my beautiful daughter, Bhanvi, and driven …

Handling a Disrespectful Adult Child

This Is What I Did While Handling a Disrespectful Adult Child!

As a mother who has raised a son who is now an adult, I know firsthand the challenges of handling a disrespectful adult child. One of the biggest hurdles can be dealing with disrespectful behavior from your once sweet and compliant child, even when they are grown. It’s a tough transition when your kid, now an …

Indian Parenting Practices

Indian Parenting Practices – What Indian Parents Are Doing Right!

We often hear about the things parents do wrong, but when we look at Indian children excelling across fields all over the world, it makes us ponder the Indian parenting practices that are enabling this success. Many times, while reading magazines or newspapers, we come across inspiring stories of Indian kids achieving remarkable feats, both …

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 …

My little Guardian

My 7 Year Old Daughter Is My Guardian Angel During My Second Pregnancy

As a mother of one, I have experienced the joys and challenges of pregnancy once before. But this time around, I have a new companion on this journey – my 7-year-old daughter. When I told her I was pregnant again, I didn’t expect how caring she would become. From that moment, my daughter turned into …