My son’s first day of pre-school was the 1st of May 2015. Five months later, the 1st of September 2015 was still just his fifth day! Yep, he just won’t go to school. The first day we proposed to take him to pre-school, he was more than excited. He had been excited the whole week… Continue reading When I Got Schooled By a Not-Quite Preschooler
The first thing I thought about after giving birth to my first baby was that I will now get back in shape. Okay well yes, the first thing I thought after a bloody twelve hour labor was that I’m never doing ‘this’ again. But losing weight and getting in shape came a close second. (Yes… Continue reading To All the ‘Fat’ Mommies Out There
A miscarriage is a tragedy. An absolute crushing tragedy. Yet, its completely a medical, sometimes genetic issue and never ever in any way a mother’s fault. All women who have ever suffered a miscarriage must stop blaming themselves about it.
Teach your kids the importance of saying sorry, and watch them try to get away with murder! I’m trying to teach my sons to be gentlemen. To accept their mistakes and apologize. To say sorry. Tough to teach a boy that you say? No my friend. It’s easy. A little too easy! Seriously. Now my… Continue reading When Sorry Seems to be the Easiest Word
I love watching TV. Who doesn’t? But the plight of Indian television today is beyond wretched. All, and I’m not exaggerating, all we see everywhere, is the saas-bahu shows. And these disgraceful shows with their deplorable story lines, below average actors, poor, no wait, utter absence of direction and really tacky background music (which occupies… Continue reading 5 Things I’d Rather Watch on TV
Motherhood is truly rewarding, yes. But heck, its devilishly tiring! My elder one is 3 and my younger one just turned 1. And though there isn’t that much crying, screaming, bawling and falling now, there’s still one very important thing I just cant do. Anything! Before anything else, lets scroll through a little checklist. Pee… Continue reading Monday Mommy Blues
If a bunch of young people, with good lives and plenty of great things to do, dropped everything they were doing just to put up a show for you, a stunning show with incredible horse riding skills, risky motorcycle stunts and life threatening aerobatics, and if the only thing they expected from you in return… Continue reading The Least You Can Do