Covid time have been scary for adults and kids alike. syteeping our with kids is a nightmare. More so, if your child is a naughty little brat. I can understand your. I have been there. I have three little hellions who were ready to burst out at a drop of a hat. And so we… Continue reading Traveling With Kids During COVID Times
One of the most relevant choices that is coming into the picture of late is the choice of orientation. But we never bothered to look beyond the pride month. October is LGBTQ history month. It is not some celebration like Halloween that ends once the month ends.
You are a new mother. Feeling motherhood for the first time. You want the best for your child. You make sure your kids don't fall down, hurt themselves, not even a fever while growing up as you are doing everything perfectly for them. They live according to the "perfect routine" you create for them. You cuddle them, kiss them, love them unconditionally. But have you ever thought about what your child wants? They are growing up in the perfect atmosphere you created for them, that they are conditioned to think that this is what is best for them. Your need for perfection makes them incapable of developing a perspective
You will be shy to talk to others about your changes, which is conveniently termed lack of mood, lack of interest etc. You can ignore this and go on. At some stage, it would be back to normal. But that's not the case always. I have seen many couples drift apart right after delivery and used to wonder what changes after having baby. Now, after going through the travail myself, I know why?
When the three fight, I get frustrated. I used to tell myself that I should never have had babies. I used to say that I just want to sit alone. But you know that I don’t mean any of it. They also know it.Real Mom Rakhi Jayashankar On Three Difficult Pregnancies And Unicornuate Uterus
This could be an inappropriate post for many. Many righteous beings might find this post blasphemous. Feel free to pass your judgment. As most of you know, I met my husband when I was 16. After nearly a decade long courtship, we married and had our daughter even before our 1st anniversary. She was preterm… Continue reading Pregnancy before Marriage- righteousness, and pragmatism
This is the #breastfeedingweek. We are all aware of the importance of breast feeding but have you ever thought about the authenticity of myths related to breastfeeding? MYTH 1- Breastfeeding mother should eat stomachfull of food It is a notion that is handed over through generations that the breastfeedinf mother should always eat full lest… Continue reading Do you believe these breastfeeding myths?
Seizures are often a matter of worry for all mothers. Febrile seizures occur when the kid shave high fever. ie Body Temperature is way too high. While epileptic seizures need to be treated on a long term, febrile seizures are generally harmless but however we prepare ourselves for an episode, it feels like we are… Continue reading HOW TO HANDLE FEBRILE SEIZURES
I am not a pediatrecian. I am a mother of three pre-term babies who are 8, 6 and 4 now. That's my quualification and my experience is my reference journal. Having a pre-term baby is like rearing a volcano because we have no idea what to expect. We will be swarmed with advices keeping in… Continue reading Pre-Term Babies- What to expect?
We are going through a tough phase right now. The Covid-19 situation is an unprecedented challenge that we have to face together. While staying at home is the best way possible, we cannot fully be confined to the houses as we have to support our families. So staying completely at home might not be a… Continue reading Clothing- A necessity or luxury #BerryTree