Today while I was preparing fulkas ( roti/Indian bread), my three year old toddler Soham came jumping and dancing to the kitchen saying ,”Mumma susu!!” ( Mumma I want to go to the washroom). Answering nature’s call amidst his high priority I-pad video watching, game playing, music listening activities is somewhere of the least importance until it’s almost uncontrollable and hence all the dancing around … Continue reading Of absolute faith, strong belief and life…!
“Jeevan ka gyaan” through a toddler’s life😅😅- As children grow they learn, they observe and evolve and all this happens at a much faster pace than what one actually thinks at! My three year old toddler Soham sleeps with us and so he had also been a co-companion to us in our TV binge watching spree that was suddenly the most essential mode of time-pass … Continue reading Bachpan ke hith me jaari…!
Packing all the stuff for Tanya to take with her to the US, Darshana was arranging a few things in the bed storage when she happened to find her long lost love. Her pencil skirt. It had been years now since she wore one but her love for it never really allowed her to give it away either. It fit perfectly back then, highlighting the … Continue reading Of pencil skirt, high heels and dreams to relive
The relationship between parents and children is forever evolving. Through each stage the roles, responsibilities and expectations differ. The same parents who are perfect superheroes in the toddler phase of a child go through a critical evaluation through the eyes of the children as they grown up and there comes a phase when the children feel that all that the parents do is nag, teach, … Continue reading The strict and difficult parents….!
My three year toddler Soham was trying to scold my elder eleven year old Mannan with a finger pointing out and a flair of fumbling half understandable combination of words seeing which, even though we couldn’t stop ourselves from laughing at first, we had to instantly when we saw that what we were considering as a harmless funny gesture was in fact offensive for Mannan. … Continue reading After all ‘ACTIONS’ do speak louder than words..!