June is here and my daughter’s school will reopen shortly. My daughter will soon be in class 1 and I can’t help but reminisce about the last few years. 3 years back sometime during this period was her first day of preschool and I was filled with apprehension as well as elation. Today, as my… Continue reading From a pre school to primary..
In my previous post, I listed 5 qualities of my mother which I wish I had. While I was writing that post, I wanted to do a similar one for my dad. When I was a child there used to be a TV commercial where a little girl would say “My daddy strongest !!” I… Continue reading Lessons from dad..
When I was a child I once read a story where a little girl is lost in a village. When the villagers try to help her find her mother by asking what her mother looks like, she has only one thing to say “my mother is the most beautiful woman in the world !!” .… Continue reading 5 lessons learnt from my mother…..
This is an on going post where I will keep adding some good articles that I find on the web: http://www.womensweb.in/2015/10/why-the-indian-homemaker-needs-to-take-control/ http://www.mycity4kids.com/parenting/the-motherhood-diary/article/home-is-where-your-parents-are
Typing this post in the last few moments of 2015..last 11 minutes to be precise. . 2015 has been a great year for me, I’d like to call it a year of milestones. Anagha turned 5 this year and we celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary, I completed 50 blog posts! !!! Here’s hoping 2016 is… Continue reading Happy 2016..
As I read about the Jyoti Singh Pandey (who we know better as Nirbhaya) case juvenile walking free, I’m devastated. Not only devastated but I feel helpless. And angry. And frustrated. I am boiling with rage but at the same time I feel helpless. There is a turmoil of emotions in my mind ranging from… Continue reading Nirbhaya, Whole Country Let Down..
When I was a kid, I totally enjoyed reading Enid Blyton books. As I grew older, I heard people criticizing them for being sexist and stereotyping girls. I used to wonder what the fuss was about. Today some 20 odd years on as I read out an Enid Blyton story to my daughter, I do… Continue reading Grooming Daughters To be Good Women..