Being a mother is a different experience for everyone. However, it is a boon and not a burden. It is an experience to be enjoyed and not despised.
A new mom is in a very fragile place, both mentally and physically, but do we give her the same support as a human being, as we give her for being the 'Maa'?
This mother speaks of her struggle with breastfeeding her baby when on the go, narrating vexatious incidents with rib-tickling humour.
A single mom speaks of her challenges with breastfeeding her baby for the full duration that she wanted to, as she had economic considerations and needed to rejoin work.
I always thought I hated cooking. But around my 40s I realised the the real problem was something else. So here's my take on this...
In a country where sons are revered and daughters looked down upon as burdens, here is a letter from a mother of two daughters rejoicing in her children!
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