Being a mom is hard. It is harder than I thought.
A smiling mom doesn’t mean she is happy and content. You never know what is happening within her. Raising a child is a right test of patience and perseverance.
One thing which I can say with certainty is that our parents have brought us up to great expectations. And for this, they have spared no expense.
On a recent visit to Bangalore, I came across a very unique and interesting challenge – the #YesChallenge that is part of the #YesMom Movement.
Falling sick is natural and inevitable. Just like us, all moms want to cover themselves under the comforting blankets and take a break from the daily chores of the house and not worry about her kid.
Do I have to be a good cook, if I am a mom? Or I can be a good mom only if I cook well? As an 80’s kid and being brought up in a metropolitan city, I often wonder that.
After having spent over 3 years caring for my little one, I realized it’s time to step out again. Going back to work after a career break can be tough in the current climes. I was already working from home.