Gratitude is something I practice and so even though life sucks sometimes, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Everything was just fine until the baby popped out, I took extra months as leave and joined back post 8 months. It was quite a rude shock when I went back, the battle was to prove my mettle all over again. Fourteen years of experience seemed to have disappeared, I was being questioned and cornered like I was an intern.
Minakshi Singh, married for the past 6 years, and mother of an active toddler boy (Viraj) aged 2 years and 3 months, is successfully running two bars in Delhi-NCR. With fabulous joint family support, Singh could pursue her dream of being a part of F & B business.
Ever Since Kenisha was born my life took a full circle. From pursuing my own venture, moving on to blogging and being an influencer, perusing a part-time job which became full time…
I think nobody can balance, it’s a myth, its an unrealistic standard people are held up against, some days you will do more housework some days more office work.
Being a mom is hard. It is harder than I thought.
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.
Jaya Bhattacharji Rose, mother to a seven-year-old girl is an an international publishing consultant, and a full-time caregiver of a paralyzed mother-in-law.
To my future daughter, my little darling, there are still a few weeks to go before I see you, but I had thought I’d write a quick letter to you.
Aarti K. Singh is a work-from-home mother and a research scholar (Yes! she dared to pursue a Ph.D. with a young child). They have a 9-year-old boy. She and her son and lives with her foster parents.