Letters to my Mothers

I’m a little fed up of every website I visit doing a ‘countdown’ to Mother’s day, asking me how I’m going to show my mother ‘the appreciation she deserves’ or all the special packages on offer. I know we ask ourselves this question every Valentine’s Day and Women’s Day and so on, but really, why…

Rumi whips up a culinary storm!

Late last night, Rumi cooked “Sabudana Khichadi” for her beloved kaku. Sabudana (Tapioca Sago) and water were the only ingredients used and the cooking technique involved a lot of boiling! As I had mentioned in an earlier post on minimalism, kids don’t really need too many toys; their lively imagination uses up anything that’s available. See what…

Rumi narrates a Marathi story

I captured Rumi on camera last night, narrating a story that Mum used to tell me when i was a little girl. It starts with a crow and sparrow and involves all sorts of characters from a carpenter to the king and queen. I have a good mind to pen down all these regional stories…

On extented breastfeeding

I’ve been wanting to start guest posts for some time now because there are many interesting, wise, brilliant mommies (and daddies) out there with some wonderful insights that we can all benefit from. Yesterday my friend Gau, one of the most gorgeous, intelligent, articulate and empathetic people i know put up an Instagram post that fired…

Of Enid Blyton Summers

Just yesterday, I complained for the umpteenth time about having nothing to read. The fact that I own only one pair of jeans, two T-shirts and four Fab India tops does not bother me but not having a new book in my hand does. Not that I read a wide variety of books or anything….