Babies and toddlers test our patience every single day and it's easy to stress, right? But also these 'mini-eyes' are observing us all the time! Then, how do we keep our sanity alive? Read on to find out the easy way...
When you become a parent, there is a list of situations you aren’t prepared for. For some you learn to take care on your own, for instance, taking a shower when you are the only one in the house with an infant. For others, you adapt to when the situations arise. One major milestone for... Continue Reading →
A good sleep repairs and rejuvenates your child and allows them to grow to their full potential. But getting your baby to sleep can be a daunting task for you if you haven’t yet set a sleep routine for them. A regular sleep-wake cycle will not only help your child settle better but will also... Continue Reading →
When we see a happy baby we praise them, right? But what we don’t see is the excruciating hard work the mother does behind. When a mother says she’s tired, that’s all she meant! She did not mean she wants to abandon her child or forget that her child exists. When a mother says she... Continue Reading →
Stay calm, breathe. Every sleepless night, the difficulty to breastfeed, the new routine, the messy poops, baby pooping too much, not pooping at all, the unwanted advices, the constant tiredness and the lack of time, all these will pass. No one is born knowing being a mother. You are constantly in a process of learning,... Continue Reading →
a story about tea getting cold a feeling of messed up world a long-hot shower becoming a luxury a ceaseless battle between exhaustion and sleepless nights your day passing by in no time a 1/2 hour nap to run the show a choice between clean house, hot dinner and shower being ruled by tiny human... Continue Reading →
It doesn’t matter if you live in Delhi, Mumbai or some remote island somewhere in the world, if you work outside or just stay at home, if you are spiritualistic, atheist or religious, if you are married, divorced or separated, if you are a biological or foster parent, your social class or the language you... Continue Reading →