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Never Force Your Kids

Never Force Your Kids for These 7 Things

The last two years of my life have taught a lot. It is true that motherhood does not come with a manual, but it comes with motherly instincts and new perspectives which help in the beautiful journey with your child. My opinion on many things has changed since Little Miss A came in my life.

The patriarchy

Patriarchy is Deep Rooted

Daily when I scroll down by Facebook page, I hear women complaining of husbands and in laws and other issues in life. These groups are a boon for women who have finally got a space or a medium to share their problems because most of them do not have this liberty at home. I do

Important First Aid Skills

Important First Aid Skills Each Child Should Know

Though we make sure we take enough care of our kids and prevent them from getting hurt, holding them out to get involved in outdoor activities with other kids or enjoy the festivities would be a cruel thing to do. And kids do get hurt. Its quite often that your child will bruise his hand


How to Keep Your Child Safe this Monsoon?

We all love monsoons, don’t we? The very idea of being cosy at home, getting a break from the irresistible summers, the smell of wet earth and indulging in our favourite appetizers makes monsoons one of the most awaited seasons. As so do kids. Even we as kids loved to get drenched in the rain,

Couple fighting

Things You Should Never Say While Having an Argument

Arguments are inevitable. Be it our partner or a friend or an acquaintance, there are certain instances where views do not match, misunderstanding happen or making a point to someone. If arguments are constructive, which we would rather call a discussion, then a feasible and tangible solution comes

Education the Solution

Is Education the Solution to Our Problems?

The newspaper and internet have no dearth of news which shake me as a mother of a two-year-old girl. Today, there were two things which caught my attention and honestly, I feel disgusted. First, the news of a father of an 18-year-old, raping his daughter’s friend who came for a sleepover. I do not

working father

Fathers and Work Life Balance

If you thought its only working mothers who faced the great muddle of ‘work-life balance’ then think again. As a parent, fathers face this complication as much as mothers do. I see my husband trying to wrap up all work and spend more time with Little Miss A. I have heard many of my friends

Baby Proofing Products

Baby Proofing Products You Must Have

As much as your joy knows no bounds when you see your baby starting to crawl or walk, your worries concerning that baby’s safety also increases manifold. Things around the around which goes out of notice and are regular and normal objects in the house can be a corner of danger for your little one.

Conception and Pregnancy

Common Misconceptions about Conception and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful phases of a life of a woman. It can easily be called the most complicated thing you would do in your life, but at the same time it is nothing short of a miracle to see a life grow inside you. I had a tough time conceiving

Hospital Bag

The Hospital Bag Packing List

Motherhood is a long journey starts as soon as you conceive and lasts a lifetime. And as mothers, its natural to make sure that you are taking enough care of yourself and the needs of the baby at the same time. The joy of having a kid in the house knows no bounds. The family