5 Resolutions a mommy needs for 2018!

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Life has been a perfect roller coaster ride and after getting the badge of “Motherhood”, it has had its shares of ample smiles and some tears as well. Imparting values, developing creativity, enhancing skills have to be nurtured from the inception of toddlerhood phase. And I tried my level best to give all round development to my preschooler, who is 3.5 years now and ready to hit formal schools. But, to make all those transitions and skill developments seamless, somehow, I felt, I lost my hobbies, my craziness to some extent. And that’s why after 3 years, I’ve planned to … Continue Reading

My feelings – A quiet morning Haiku!

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A very beautiful morning to the world! Its really very rare that we get a chance to ponder on our souls, and lean from the learnings that life bestow us with.

As I’m growing every day, I feel, I’m learning so much, from the nature, from the surroundings, from the ones we love. Sometimes, we do not see a silver line in the dark clouds, sometimes, the morning does’t seems to come back after the night. We lose hopes but those moments are the ones, wherein we need to see, think, plan and yes love the life more for giving Continue Reading

Inspirational Indian Women stories this Navratri!

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The auspicious festival of Navratri!

Navratri, meaning nine nights, is a Hindu festival celebrated in Autumn in India. Celebrated with amazing festive spirits, these 9 days are dedicated mainly to “Maa” (Mother/Goddess), be it Maa Durga, Maa Kali or any other form. The story associated with Navratri is a battle which took between goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura. The Demon here represents Selfishness, Narcissism, Egoism, falseness which was killed by the Goddess, a Women, a Maa representing the power of a woman, victory of truth, sacrifice and love that a Maa’s heart has! 

Why I associate Navratri to Womanhood?

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Happy Teacher’s Day Mr. Das

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As the train starts to say Happy Teacher’s Day!

Happy Teachers Day Story

The train whistled and they stared their journey for the main city of Kolkata from a nearby village [close to Jhargram]. Train took hardly 5 hours to reach Kolkata Junction, but it was rainy day in the summers. Temperatures soared to as high as 45degree last day and since morning it was raining. Some delay was expected.

But that delay was sinking their hearts. Pankaj and his mama papa were too curious to have a glance of the building. The building which could reform his family’s life. Pankaj was just 8years, … Continue Reading

5 promises I want from my Man!

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Some promises I want from my Man!

Relationship goals

Husbands…Highly crafty people, who usually tend to handle up their wives/girlfriends with ample delicacy & with lots of tongue twisters all the time around. With the perfect dossiers of “Uff we forgot” / “A sandwich between 2 females”, these men have grown exponentially out of the feminine world. But they still need to learn a lot from the women surrounding them, be it in personal or professional world.

But whatever might be the scene, these men have always managed to enter a woman’s heart & grab nearly 100% of it, be it with … Continue Reading

Birthday Note for our baby!

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The Clouds thundered

And the skies lightened

The Showers sprinkled

As the trees smiled

The peacocks danced

And the Mother Earth glorified its majesty!

There was a stork awaiting to arrive,

And a woman waiting to explore the life,

As the mummy and daddy tango’d to the shrill cries,

A plethora of questions to know you came by,

                                                      

Kids birthday

As you grew,

You ladened with smiles,

Overflowed us with Jubilation’s,

Showered us with Celebrations,

Drenched us with your humor,

Wondered us with your acts,

Agonized us with stubbornness!

Kids birthday

But all through you made us love life immensely,

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Daughters are Bliss!

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Girls become Daughters first and then Mothers !

Daddys Girl

Just wanted to begin with being a Daughter first:)

Like every normal girl, I was always excited about marriage and fascinated it right from the childhood days. I never thought beyond that I would spend life happily, rejoicing with my prince charming. I fantasied a beautiful world full of enjoyment just as my innocent childhood.

But today, when I am married, I realize that marriage is not a bed of Roses. Its not just about being with your prince charming and have a gala time. There is so much more to it, Continue Reading

Stepmom’s love can be great too!

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[This is a TRUE story, not mine, but of a very close friend of mine]

Relationships

It was a beautiful day, life seemed to be so happy in the arms of mom and dad. I was barely 12 then, but life was such a joy, with the only motto of play with dad and get delicious meals by mom. It was complete fun getting to learn the practical world which mom taught to we 3 siblings, me being the oldest. We used to quickly get our family time & run for short weekends as a picnic & enjoy in the lap Continue Reading

Fathers day : Thanking my Kid’s Dad!

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Happy Fathers Day, Dad and son!

And that’s for an extra loving and caring Dad! This time, Dad of my child, who has got less of the fame on my blog rather. Mom’s take all of it when it comes to Parenting & rather Fatherhood somehow hides under the influential “Motherhood”. Indeed, Moms are persuasive when it comes to raising up a child. But to me, it is both the parents who have to be the sturdy wheels to get cycle run smoothly on all sort of roads. Fathers day is near and lemme grab this opportunity to let him know that he is a special … Continue Reading