Are We Failing As Parents?

Apologies for a very long post. I have a lot to say on this topic. If you make it to the end of this post, I must congratulate you for your patience; if you don’t, I understand. Some of my fondest memories were created while at play. The first sand castle, the first friends, the…

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She Scribbles

  Teeny-tiny, unsure feet, Pitter-patter around the house. Busy, chubby fingers scrawl, On the yellowed distemper, Without a single pause. There’s a bald parakeet, And here’s a lame crane. Oh, is that a rather long bus, Or a very short bullet train? She embellishes the drawings, With lines, squiggles, dots. The elephant has banana ears,…

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Motherhood

  Do you know, Darling child of mine, That no matter however much, I may be crossed with you, That no matter how many times, You may throw your tantrum fits, That no matter how many times, You may wreck the room, That no matter however much, May I be troubled and wearied, It’s at…

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Guest Post Fridays: Sleeping Child

YuhuTama YuhuBlogger I wished to sing to a child, my child, and make him enter the realm of blissful slumber, in my arms. I wished to watch him as he sleeps, To wait patiently for the moments of his smiles and frowns. Oh what a joy would it be, to see a part of myself,…

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RANDOM HAPPINESS

Originally posted on Candles Online:
In life, we crave certainty, surety and sameness of things. We mostly take decisions or make our moves cautiously. Randomness is equated with rashness, but sometimes, randomness can also lead to a happy ending. When Chiradeep told me this week’s topic, I thought, “Gosh, I don’t have theme based pics…

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