Tag: motherhood

I Can and I Must

I Can and I Must

From restarting my classical music learning to consciously working on loving myself, here’s what I believe, my doable five-point resolution-checklist for 2017.

On the Way Back From School

On the Way Back From School

A poem on the fun moments on the way back from school.

What’s Life Without You, Little Joys?

What’s Life Without You, Little Joys?

It’s the little joys that make life worth living, and here are some of them from my own life.

She and She

She and She

When a woman becomes a mother, the expectations from her go many notches up. And most of the times, there are two ‘shes’ battling within her. Here’s reflecting on the endless dilemma that a mother faces – her children versus her own dreams, accompanied by a guilt that never ceases to be.

I am a Mother

I am a Mother

With Mother’s Day being celebrated this month, I speak about the common expectations and beliefs associated with motherhood in different circumstances. A change in attitude, I feel, will lead to healthier relationships and a better world.

To You Two

To You Two

I write to two very important people in my life about the joys associated with love, relationships, family and bonding. To my little ones, Kailash and Maithri.

A Mother, a Son and Spark

A Mother, a Son and Spark

I share the elation of Spark’s third anniversary with my five-year-old, who in his own way, makes me value the little milestone even more.

The Wonder in Your Eyes

The Wonder in Your Eyes

A child’s curiosity and sense of wonder is unparalleled. The wonder, which one witnesses as a father or a mother, in a child, is expressed here in a poem.