Today, as a mother of a growing young boy, I have such a wonderful story to narrate to my son. I am able to guide him properly, thanks to my mom. I am my son’s best friend, only and only because my mother was my best friend throughout college. My definitions of beauty, relationships & interpersonal skills come from my mother. Later, when my daughter grows up, I will be able to be her bestest friend ever – only because I had one in my mother. My mother taught me that love has different forms and languages, one needs to have a clean heart to express it selflessly – without expectations. Continue reading I sailed through my college years on Valentine’s Day: Thanks to my MOM!
Parents are today picking up their children from the rat race and allowing them to create a race of their own. Such children will create powerful stories for themselves and the world. Continue reading The road less taken: Youth Inc.
We live in an unsafe world. Rape is a genderless issue. It can happen to a boy or a girl. Rape and abuse can be committed by a man or woman. The challenge is to bring up a confident and assertive child despite the dangers lurking around. Continue reading 7 ways to help your pre-schooler combat unsafe situations (read abuse & rape)
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Feel free to add more points to the list. I would love to read what you think. Continue reading 7 ways to destroy your child’s creativity & imagination
The mother-son duo share lots of interesting conversations while decorating cakes and cookies. She finds that it is a great way to bond with her son. Continue reading Make Christmas Goodies with your child says TANVI SRIVASTAVA SETHI
In an era that is ruled by gadgets, my children love spending their time with books. Of course, they love the television and iPad but books also form part of their daily routine. Here is how I have inculcated the habit: Continue reading 10 tips for developing reading habits in your child.
My son is a pre-teen. He is curious about the birds, bees & everything that is happening to him. Read on to know is how we are coping. Continue reading How to prepare your child for puberty?
Witty, intelligent and balanced, are three adjectives that are most suited to Janhavi Samant, Entertainment Editor – Lokmat. In a heart to heart conversation, she left me awestruck and motivated. This is the second post in the #StayInspired series. It touched my heart, I hope it touches yours too. Read on… Continue reading Marriage is a warm, intimate cocoon
…During this season she loved to go for long bike rides and enjoyed challenging the winds while they threatened to throw the bike off-balance. Her laughter would resonate in the air as she opened her arms and looked up at the sky. While the wind while played with her hair she would thank God for the overwhelming feeling of being loved… Continue reading The long wait…is this your story?
In 2010, when Abhimanyu turned 5, we told him that the Lord had decided not to send a brother or sister for him. We convinced him that he was the only child that we would ever have and that all our love belonged to him only. Just 3 years later, in May 2013, we discovered that I was almost 3 months pregnant! While we were … Continue reading How did we train my elder son to receive his sibling?