I’m very excited to have been invited by Shailaja to write a post for her blog! After wracking my brain for several weeks over what the best topic to write on would be, I heeded her suggestion to make it Parenting! A snippet: My older son, who will be going to 6th grade this year and… [Keep Reading]
This Friday, March 20th, 1000 Voices of Compassion will be hosting it’s second linky party and hoping to flood the internet with more posts on compassion! Our first venture on Februrary 20th was such a fabulous success; we are still so overwhelmed with the response in the blogsphere and beyond! We are now… [Keep Reading]
I have the privilege of being invited by Corinne Rodrigues to do a guest post for her wonderful blog, Write Tribe, which serves as a motivational blog for writers and bloggers. Today, I am writing about this phenomenon that I came to know about when I came to The States. Please do go over and… [Keep Reading]
“So, don’t you want to be able to play with your grandchildren?” asked the doctor, looking quizzically at my husband, S. For the past three years, my husband who is in his late thirties, had been packing the pounds, had work stress-induced high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, and fat that had accumulated majorly around… [Keep Reading]
Big A was riding his scooter in the park with some of his school friends and practicing some of the ‘cool’ tricks he had seen some older kids do! As he tried to make his scooter jump in the air, he expressed frustration that he wasn’t able to do it! One of his friends responded, “You’re already… [Keep Reading]
Do read my post at Parentous, where I discuss our multicultural and multilingual environment and how it affects our outlook as parents!
I have acquired the distinction of being one of those rare moms (or perhaps the only mom) who, after seeing her precious bundle for the first time, exclaimed, “Gawd! He looks like a monkey!!” Hence, I feel the title to this piece is especially appropriate. Read the rest on Parentous!!!!
Haven’t we all reminisced about our own childhood and marveled at how different it was from the childhood of today’s kids?! Find out about my thoughts on the issue in my article on The Good old days in Parentous magazine! Copyright protected by Digiprove © 2014 RoshniAll Rights ReservedOriginal content here is published under these license terms: X License Type:Read OnlyLicense Summary:You may… [Keep Reading]