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Such an apt way of thinking. Totally for it, and always will be! Cheers, Amita
Thanks Amita, glad you liked it !
Wonderful post, Shivangi!
I read “What to expect when you are expecting” as if i was preparing for the Civil Services exam and i forced hubby to buy me “What to Exepct the First year” when i was in the hospital after my delivery…i got bored with it within a few months and realised we need to adapt based on reality..
Thanks Sri. Yes I read “What to expect …” too, and I left the next one halfway too !
It is as if they don’t let you have a kid unless you have read one these days 🙂
You have rightly said, Babies are born to join the membership of International sphere. As soon as a child joins this world, it becomes our duty to prepare him/her as one of the inspiring soul of progress because he/she is future of generation.
Dr Mrs Sushma Joiya Pandit.
Every single line is wonderfully written. I’m so glad I did not refer to any book till date and I’m sure that I haven’t missed much.
Thanks Hema. You haven’t missed much for sure 🙂
Thanks a lot, Rajesh !
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