I am a mother of a baby boy, a management graduate and a multi-faceted professional mom making home a sweeter place to live in.
"Aahna is just a duty, she calls me choti maa. You are the love of my life and are always hovering on my mind. My eyes are always on you and my heart beats for you."
A hilarious look at some of the biggest worries mothers can go through, even though their fears may be unfounded, illogical - how does that mean they aren't real?
So my advice to all the parents is that don’t force your kids. Don’t push them. Don’t beat them with a blackmailing stick.. But just don’t keep waiting for the right age and the divine time.
Detached parenting is the new age parenting where parents have no expectations from the kids. Is it the right way to parent? Or are some expectations healthy?
I hope the relationship between my son and myself will be strong enough to sustain me emotionally in my old age, but also to give him a strong anchor in his life.
While empowering our daughters is good, even critical, what about our sons? If gender equal generations are to be future citizens, this is necessary.
Sundays are meant for relaxing, for sleeping in and for chilling. But what happens when you have a baby? Are Sundays still as fun?
Have you ever had an unwritten thought? An unwritten poem? Or even an unsent letter to the ONE? Here's one such unsent letter to a special someone
An educated mother struggles to keep her daughter protected from the evils of a patriarchal society. What happens when her daughter chances upon the truth one day?
Breastfeeding is a beautiful journey; an emotional and stressful one at the same time. Motherhood is full of ironies and the biggest one is related to breastfeeding: initially babies don’t wish to latch on and breastfeed and when they finally start feeding, it seems like it's time to wean off!
Whether it's that line of kohl that makes you feel like a million bucks, or your most loved pyjamas, do what makes you feel good about yourself. Take a minute to admire yourself - and head out to slay the world!
While motherhood is always depicted as an instant bond between mother and child, some mothers find the early days more complex and difficult. Here's a very honest story.
A cute story of love which would keep you wondering till the end. Read on !
A recent message ‘Swiggy is my Amma and Uber is my Appa’ is doing the rounds on social media and whatsapp. The message criticises these new age apps for spoiling kids.
As newlyweds with no idea how to cook, Supriti recounts a very honest account of how she and her husband captured the kitchen when left to their own devices.
What is it with men that it never occurs to many of them to take responsibility for any housework, or even think about helping out, on their own?
A delayed period. What could it be? Is something wrong? What is with us that we both want AND don't want our periods? A hilarious personal account.
Whether it's wearing shorts or creating a nuclear family, true empowerment for women is about making your own choices.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, saree shaming will not cause more women to embrace culture - there is nothing to be ashamed of for not knowing how to drape a saree.
Soon Anjali gave birth to two girls and one boy. Just as she slipped into a blessed, healing sleep, she heard: “Thank god, ek beta hai. Teen ladkiyan kaise palti yeh bechari!”
A mom is supposed to be a multitasking tornado, but you need to be a lazy mom for your own sanity at times. Here are 5 hacks that will help you out.
How do you choose between being an SAHM or working mom? Simple. You do what you really, really, really want to do!
Can a mother choose to stay home and still be respected for her work? Even without a fat paycheque?
Whatever Payal knew of Aisha, was through her Instagram pictures and snapchat stories. Every other day she would find a new upload, in a new place and with new people.
Men do support patriarchy - why wouldn't they? But it is the women who keep the wheels of patriarchy oiled and turning to perfect time!
Women often have a heavy double burden to bear. The support of men and society at large should come naturally - it is not something we need to beg for.
In working towards being independent women, are we instead becoming lonely, bearing the burden of too many expectations without being fair to ourselves?
An involved dad can evoke the same deep feelings in a child that a mother can. Why, then, do we not express love for a Dad as much as we do for a mother?
Do not forget to live for yourself, ladies - after all, you are just as important as the family and friends that you live for everyday, taking care of them.
What changes on getting married that a woman loses her autonomy and her right to the natal home, unless she is ready to lose her marital home?
A married woman is always in a fix. Right from the day of her marriage, she has to make a choice, and whichever way she chooses, she is left in a pool of guilt.
Respect is a two way street. Yes, I am your bahu, but if I am not given respect as an individual, how do you expect me to respect you?
Today's young woman prefers to be 30 and single. She prefers to reach for her dreams, rather than be 'married off' when she is 'old enough'.
Why should a mother be a good cook to be a good mom? And why are fathers exempt from this measure of good parenthood?
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