The Champa Tree

A flowering plant also known as Frangipani, Champa is known for its fragrance, color and beauty. As per Hindu mythology, the splendor of Champa has been linked with Lord Krishna. It is believed that honeybees don’t sit on the Champa flower because the Lord has instructed them not to…

About 01Hi, I am Vaishali, a mother (and on-the-job-learner), a communication consultant and a super-juggler.

An avid reader, lover of acid jazz, die-hard fan of Nicolas Jaar, a sucker for authentic Italian food, a narcissistic wife, and a doting mom. 

The Champa Tree (aka TCT) was conceived in the month of May 2014. Around the same time as my son’s birth. In the initial years, both the blog and my son required my utmost attention. Now I am just watching them both grow tremendously.

The Champa Tree is about motherhood, parenting, baby and child care. You can tickle your funny bone with some parenting humor or read emotional pieces which most of us (at some point) would relate to. But above everything else, The Champa Tree is a safe place where all mothers and fathers can find answers to the questions they think are too “silly” to ask out loud. In case you don’t find the answer to a question that has been bothering you, feel free to reach out as this is a place free of all judgment.

Are you thinking that this blog is all about peace, serenity and the joy of parenting? We wish parenting was like that all the time! If your little angel has turned into heathen just out of boredom, you can find some super interesting activities to keep them busy and yourself sane!

With so much to read and so little time, what are you waiting for?

Vaishali S Sharma, Founder, The Champa Tree

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71 thoughts on “The Champa Tree

  1. Thanks for the likes and follow dear. I love Champa and its fragrance. Your blog has the refreshing fragrance of Champa. Loved it. Enjoy Sunday and keep spreading the fragrance of love. Love and hugs.

  2. I have been on your blog since some hours back and could relate to most of the posts. Might be because am too a first time mommy and could live the moments narrated.

    Will love reading. Following you!!

  3. Hi Vaishali, This is such a beautiful blog you have put together – it shows the real love you have for your son, and your amazing way of expressing that love. I’m sure other people have found it a real blessing ! Keep up the good work and here’s to lots more great and inspiring updates. Take care.

  4. TCT is such a wonderful site dat I can assure every mother who comes across fr d v.first time will want to read it every time..The updates dat I get to read relate me so much wid Vaishali’s caretaking for Brat H as we happen to be mothers fr exactly same age (may born) kids…
    It’s a biggest help n I salute Vaishali fr her innovation n d effort wid wich she is raising dis site..
    Wid every read I am liking it even more is all dat I can say….n its a Must Must read fr all d mothers….
    All d n wish u all d success my friend:)

  5. Hello there

    You commented on my most recent post, about C-Section Mommas and I went to approve your post and accidentally deleted it. I am so sorry! I just wanted to thank you for commenting and thank you for sharing!!


  6. Hi Vaishali.
    I just read two of your blog posts and I’m in love with your blog. It’s like the words were taken out of my brain and mouth and worded beautifully! I read about the induced labor and c-section and the not-wanting-to-have-another-baby-soon articles and it resonated my thoughts on both.
    Thank you for these articles and stay blessed!

  7. Hi I am so thrilled I found your site, I really found you
    by error, while I was researching on Digg for something else, Anyhow I am here now and would just like
    to say many thanks for a tremendous post and a all round interesting blog (I also love the
    theme/design), I don’t have time to go through it
    all at the moment but I have saved it and also added
    in your RSS feeds, so when I have time I will be
    back to read more, Please do keep up the excellent job.

      1. I loved the ‘ Power of a strong hug’ , and the accidentally stumbled upon this article ‘ Three important things I would like to teach my daughter’ just below it, just because of the fact that I am also a single mother, and have no qualms about it!
        Thanks for the motivation TCT.

  8. Your have such a wonderful blog here. Really love the name of your blog 🙂

  9. A nicely done up blog by a hands on mommy and full time professional. Liked your posts. Very relatable as a fellow mommy. Keep up the good work.

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