Am I lucky

My elder daughter has had multiple stomach ailments since she was a little baby and thus I have had to constantly and painstakingly monitor every morsel that goes into her mouth. I have tried my level best to reason with her and empower her to make the food choices herself. As a consequence, my kidsContinue reading “Am I lucky”

GratitudeHow I taught my young one to incorporate gratitude in her daily life

To mark the occasion of my parents 40th, we decided to take a small vacay in the hills. Considering the situation of the pandemic, we weighed the options and did it in the safest way possible. With 2 small kids, we drove straight for 9 hours without any stops and ended up being rewarded byContinue reading “GratitudeHow I taught my young one to incorporate gratitude in her daily life”

The Rose of love and trust:Simplicity of relationships

This morning, my daughter came to me all teary eyed and said, Mama, Didi says she doesn’t trust me.  To give this context, Didi is her nanny who has been a part of our family for close to 5 years. She is love personified and we trust her implicitly with our children. Here is theContinue reading “The Rose of love and trust:Simplicity of relationships”

Normalize boys with dollsDolls vs Balls

I met a couple the other day with a young boy who had an elder sister. In conversation, it somehow got relayed that the little boy enjoys playing with dolls and not balls or cars etc. As soon as I heard these words uttered, I sensed the discomfort sifting through a few people in theContinue reading “Normalize boys with dollsDolls vs Balls”

Children are the best teachers

A tale of a little girl who taught her mom a valuable lesson So as it happens more often than not, I ended up working till past my children’s bedtime, yet again. This morning when I finished my meditation and I asked my 7 year old daughter to repeat the positive affirmations with me, sheContinue reading “Children are the best teachers”