Papu. That’s what I called my dad when I was small. There can be all types of fathers – fathers that work, ones that stay at home or ones that don’t stay with their kids. It doesn’t matter what kind you are, what matters is the language you speak with your child.
The Oak is my favourite tree and my son, I want you to be a Oak. Strength, Versatility and Being Rooted are just some of the qualities of a good Oak and I hope that you too will come to imbibe these in your life.
Nap when baby naps is one of the oldest sayings that exists about motherhood. But if you sleep when baby sleeps, when will you do all the work that’s piled up?
When my Mamaiji went away, I used to miss her for a thousand selfish reasons. But now that M is here and my mom has become a Mamaiji herself, the loss isn’t as bad. Here’s a letter to her because M is for Mamaiji.
Most popular lullabies talk of people dying and babies falling. I didn’t want such morbid thoughts in my babies’ head as he fell asleep so I made him his very own lullaby. Next in the #AtoZChallenge is L for a Lullaby that’s sprinkled with lots of sleepy dust.