It was summer time, a time when Ammamma visited Radhika’s place for a whole month. Having her around was a blessing for Radhika and Gautam as Ammamma handled their six year old Ganesh with complete ease and it was delightful and satisfying to watch the grandmother- grandson duo weave their precious memories for life together. On Monday morning as Radhika was busy finishing her chores … Continue reading The Packet Of Broken Biscuits
It was the class teacher period when Jessika Madam announced, “Pranaya has won an award for modeling with Amazon”, and saying so she asked all the children of class Nursery -A to applaud her for her win. Even though Soham clapped for Pranaya with full enthusiasm like his other classmates, his facial expressions didn’t reflect happiness. It was a mixed expression of aloofness and anger … Continue reading FRIENDSHIP
THE TIMES – THEY ARE CHANGING…. I remember that in our childhood days, the younger ones in the house were often told stories like “we got you from the fruit seller” or “we found you crying in a dustbin near our house” ? Just for fun sake, that’s obvious, but the insecurity on their innocent faces on hearing such stories and the precious eye to … Continue reading Zamaana Badal Raha Hain !
As toddlers explore the world and learn new words and observe things around them, they apply their imagination to everything and come up with beautiful thoughts full of innocence which never fails to leave a mark in the hearts of their families. Every child has some dream, some role model, some position they wish to achieve or what they want to become when they grow … Continue reading Can I Be A Butterfly Please….
“Papa, papa mujhe gaadi me ghuma jana hai!!!” (Papa I want to go for a drive), said a super excited and energetic four year old Lucy while hugging his father who had just stepped into the house. It had been a long day for him at work but Lucy’s energetic and happy smile always charged Richard up. So keeping his bag aside and changing his … Continue reading Papa Ka Saya Hi Kaafi Hai