I recently came back from my home country and although my one month mini vacation went ahhhmazing, handling and dealing with a two year old from a minute you step into the airport till you come back, is a totally different story. If you follow my blog, you must have read a blogpost I posted […]Read More
One of the most important phase in a mom’s life is when her baby is ready to be weaned off. This is for most mommies is often a cause of some stress and for some an excitement. For first time mommies, its a little bit of both. Today in this blog post, I am going […]Read More
So are you a google mom? By google mom I mean, do you always turn to google to find answers to your questions related to baby stuff? Like why is your baby crying too much? When babies starts to sleep properly at night? When should you start to potty train your kid? At what age your baby should have three meals a day? How much milk a baby should have once he or she crosses one year mark? Etc etc.Read More
Since we have been thrown into quarantine period, I am super cautious and rarly go out unless necessity. This means I had to occupy myself and my 1.5 year old with various activities. He quickly gets bore from one activity, always need something new to play with even if it is a new card box, a water bottle or an empty bottle of my face cream. But one thing he has recently been overdoing is watching LOTS of television although it’s just rhymes and nothing else. If I resist, he throw tantrum and gets angry. And this was making me kind of worried.Read More
I have been thinking to share here my first travel experience with my baby but putting it aside. Now that international flights have been resumed in many countries and I am sure, many will be planning their travel in near future (although it’s best to delay unless extremely necessary), I thought I’ll just write it down.
All those first time mommies who are planning their travel in near future and looking for some assurance and tips, read it through.Read More
A stay-at-home mom (SAHM) may not be stepping out to earn but she is doing the most important yet underrated and unpaid job that is there in this world…raising human beings. Stay at home moms are not routinely sitting back and lounging in their PJs while some one else looks after their kids’ needs. They are working around the clock, running back and forth to make sure their house looks clean, their babies are fed, food is cooked, looking after kids to get their homework done etc etc.Read More
Sometimes even after an year of delivery, you will feel that you are still going through the postpartum depression when everything’s goes out of control. You won’t be able to control your baby tantrums, can not make him/her understand what’s not good or can not make him/her listen to you, unable to do household chores, want to cry out loud and ran away leaving everything behind.Read More
There are certain items that parents usually think more then twice to invest in to make sure that it does not turn out to be a wastage of money. It always helps to take suggestions from your mommy-friends and make a list of necessary items especially if you are a first time mom and have limited budget.
I have listed down here a list of items which were super helpful to me and those which weren’t. However, there is no hard and fast rule. As I said, this is totally based on my personal experience.
The day your pregnancy test comes positive, you feel over the moon if that’s what you were expecting at first place. You start counting days to the due date, download an app on your mobile which will update you as you progress in your pregnancy. You start looking forward to your doctor trips because you are impatiently waiting to get to know the gender so you can start shopping. Everything looks perfect and you feel happy and content.
You feel excited to welcome your new baby and decorate your room, set your baby things up and patiently wait for your baby to pop out. But there are things that no one will tell you about before your delivery. In fact, no one will tell you these things even after the baby is born instead, you will experience it yourself.Read More