Motherhood can change us in ways we can’t even imagine. Before becoming a mother, I was a full-time PR consultant. At times, working harder to climb up the corporate ladder.
In the summer of 2014, I became a mom. And because my pregnancy was a tough one, I had to quit my job. So for about three years now, I have been a stay-at-home working mom.
Parenting is hard, and being a single mom makes the stakes even higher. As a single parent, managing everything can be quite a task, with ever-growing emotional as well as physical demands of the kids.
Love, happiness, sadness, anger, etc., anything and everything, mothers always express their emotions with an extra edge.
Dedicated to couples, Valentine’s Day is celebrated yearly on the 14th of February. Not just for adults, today it is primed for toddlers as well.
Being a mom is the hardest thing on this planet, but I guess God had planned some more struggles in my life.
When we are young, we feel liberated. We have dreams of conquering the world. We just think that it’s easy to change the world!
Read on to know how to get yourself well prepared for a joyful journey towards motherhood! A woman continues to unravel mysteries of her bundle of joy from the time she decides to conceive until the day she delivers a baby… and beyond. A decade ago, all questions about conception, the dos and don’ts during…
This new year, I made a little promise to myself. The deal is that 2016 was a lot more complex for this mommy of a pre-schooler.
Last year, when my mom visited me for a few days during my post-delivery time, it sure was a breather.
A mother’s instinct can be very strong and that’s why majority mothers know what’s best for their babies.
I am a changed person. At times I feel like I have never been the same! My baby has changed me in ways I could only imagine.
A Nielsen survey conducted in 6,500 women across 21 different nations in the year 2011 suggested Indian women are the most stressed in the world today.
A famous saying that once you are on your way to becoming a mother, your goals are hijacked forever! For most of us, it’s true.
“I have learned that there is more power in a good strong hug than in a thousand meaningful words,” said Ann Hood.
Well! This is exactly what I thought before I became a mother, and my faith in this saying stays strong as ever even now that I am one.
Raksha Bandhan is just a week away from today. So, all you busy moms! Have you decided on your outfit yet?
The other day my husband asked me to define ‘Motherhood’. It wasn’t a question I wasn’t prepared to answer. In fact, the answer is quite ready-made and tailor-made.
If you know me well, you would know the fact that I tend to rant a lot about motherhood. Don’t get me wrong.
No mommy can ever get enough of bear hugs, wet kisses and…and decent sleep! So, mommies often end up with nothing short of a handful of naps thrown at them with very little to no choice at all.
Dear Son, as you turn two and the troublesome phase begins to hit me hard like a slap in the face, I go deep into thought about what lies ahead of us.
Unlike before, these days I look forward to my 10 minute morning ritual. It includes sipping a cup of cold tea and savoring the taste of the biscuit.
Are you a new parent who is currently trawling the internet for parenting advice because you’ve discovered that friends and relatives are pretty much useless?
In 2013, while I was nearly at the peak of my career, something happened. A life-changing scenario that took my professional life to another tangent.
With her appearance at the Cannes Film Festival 2016, we are yet again left in awe by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s gorgeous looks and flawless skin
So, you are expecting? Wow! Congratulations! I can almost feel your baby kick! Motherhood is a wonderful experience; so is pregnancy.
As a mom of a toddler, my life is full of drama. There are bitter feelings caused by not getting what one wants.
We dream all sorts of dreams. Mine have been always pretty lucid. But when I began to expect a child, these dreams became pretty elaborate.
Postpartum depression has long been misunderstood- and misdiagnosed- but that seems to be changing.
Just when I was getting adjusted to a ‘splendid’ life with my little one and as soon as he turned two, I had a desperate need to have another one.