When I took my son to work

Recently, the internet is flooded with images of the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern and her adorable little munchkin baby Neve at UN general assembly at the age of 3 months. Subsequent to this, the internet went crazy about how women are now considering taking their children to work. Off late I  have seen this a lot… I had been to Jobs for Her road … Continue reading When I took my son to work

My journey as a Parenting Blogger

Writing was always my passion. It was my only way of expressing my feelings and emotions, which made me feel light. my favorite subject was politics and law. Post becoming a mother I lost touch with law, just because I got busy with my baby. Suffering from bad post partum depression, I was lost in life. Endless, hours of crying at late night, was all … Continue reading My journey as a Parenting Blogger

Keeping your baby’s Skin Soft

Mumbai has humid climate. Combine it with dust and pollution; it is the worst thing that could happen with your skin and health. The dust in the air is so bad that sometimes, when you wear a nice white shirt and go outside, you may come back with a different shade of white. Children are sensitive and so is their skin. It is difficult to … Continue reading Keeping your baby’s Skin Soft

Dealing with blocked nose for your child, here are few tips and tricks

For any mother, the worst nightmare is when her child is unwell. Being a mother of a toddler, the worst that can happen to a child are common cold and cough. Though, we face it almost every month, sometimes, the cold prolongs for a month, the thought of which itself is scary. Whenever, my son gets catches cold, I go berserk. The first question, that … Continue reading Dealing with blocked nose for your child, here are few tips and tricks

Things you should never say to children

Children are young adults in making. Whatever we say to them during their childhood, sometimes knowingly or unknowingly haunts them. Children are encouraged by adults, but sometimes, we treat them as punching bags to deal with our own frustrations. Hereunder are a few things,  that you should never tell your child, irrespective of any situation: I wish I never gave birth to you; I wish … Continue reading Things you should never say to children

Taking Children to workplace

I still remember, during my childhood, when my neighbor used to go to her mother’s office on one fine Saturday. Apart from that, I also visited my father’s office once or twice a year. It was nothing fancy, unlike today, just a table and desk , a ceiling fan and loads and loads of papers. I felt Privileged, like an adult, whenever I went to … Continue reading Taking Children to workplace