#CelebrateingtheRainbow at the workplace – share your stories of Pride!
Meet 9 inspiring women who have shared their personal life with kids on Instagram, giving us a peek into their mommy life. Check it out!
Has the lockdown made your child a tiny little monster (even if truly adorable) with never ending hunger for snacks?
You are definitely not alone in this; however there are some mothers who aren’t looking for a wall to bang their heads on…YET.
Here is a list of 9 truly inspiring women who are have some ultra sweet mommy moments during the lockdown, and shared them on their Instagram handles.
Maybe some of us can take inspiration and share some of our children’s cute and crazy antics online as well? We all desperately need a good laugh right now.
Sania Mirza has been posting adorable pictures of herself and her son Izzan throughout the lockdown. After becoming the first Indian to win the Fed Cup Heart Award and donating her prize money last month, she has been giving us all a reason to smile with pictures of her super cute son.
Sushmita Sen has been an inspiration for all young girls ever since she adopted her eldest daughter at a young age of 21. Now this gorgeous mommy of two is quite active on her social handles, sharing amazing workouts and yoga routines as well as some antics of her two daughters. We have to admit, they are a beautiful family.
Another fitness enthusiast and all rounder, Mandira has been sharing some quality times that she has been spending with her son during the lockdown, from art projects to dance parties and cooking together.
If you are like me and are obsessed with the legendary sitcom The Office, you probably already love Mindy. The creator of the recent ‘Never Have I Ever’ on Netflix is very active on IG, and although she does not post many pictures of her daughter, she does share amazing motherhood tips, like recipes that will appeal to young children and amazing recommendations on her favourite children’s books to read for bedtime, as well as insightful thoughts on parenting.
Celebrity Chef and model Padmalakshmi has garnered much appreciation from her followers on her fitness and cooking tips on her IG. However her recent post is being much loved by everyone for her patience and understanding of her daughter during the quarantine period.
Social Activist and Founder of The Laxmi Foundation regularly shares lovely photos and videos of her and her daughter Pihu having fun. Her IG is super uplifting, and proof that even when the entire world thinks that your life is over, you can still enjoy every small and big joys of life.
Author and popular internet personality Taheera Kashyap wrote this hilarious but totally relatable caption while sharing a pic of her children. Her caption read, “Kids bring happiness …true … but uniformed kids bring even more joy to mothers!! Kab khulega school! Kab aayenge woh din”
Television star Shweta Tiwari says, “My Kids mean the world to me. I am the world’s proudest mom, Ow ya and an actor too.” in her IG bio. With a bio like that you can expect some adorable mother-children content, and she doesn’t disappoint. She has even become a barber during the lockdown and can be seen cutting the hair for her son.
Actress and host of The Tara Sharma Show is arguably the original ‘yummy mummy’ celebrity of Bollywood. Her show which started in 2011 revolves around the journey of motherhood, parenting and family relationships. Her Instagram therefore is filled with cute moments of her life with two sons. She also shares her thoughts about parenting during lockdown.
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