Well his character, of Martin something or the other in Sleeping With The Enemy, had it right. There's no reason why things can't be kept in a particular (I mean PROPER) way. Just no reason at all. Barring the fact that Bergin (lovely old stud that he is) did play the role of a psychopath, … Continue reading Patrick Bergin Had It Right!
I am a semi-helicopter mother and not proud of it. Here are some things I've gleaned in the past few years of parenting. I'm not sure how helpful this is but for those contemplating marriage and eventually kids, do read this once. It may give you a different perspective (read abstinence or hardcore contraception) or … Continue reading Parenting: The Stuff They Never Tell You
Kids are trouble. If our parents had known that then and unless they were full of the love of humankind our existence would be voided. But this is a more realistic and non-candy floss way of looking at having kids. The making of the kids is probably the best part of the entire deal but … Continue reading The Low Down On Having Your Kids
The jury is still out on that one. On one hand you can remember them as the cutest, cuddliest, chubbiest drooly monsters that walked around with a diaper-covered bum. And on the other hand you wish you could sedate them or keep them in suspended animation when they're getting their best and most annoying bratty … Continue reading Kids: Boon Vs Bane
Have you ever had one of those days when you got up, stumbled to the loo, turned on the light and thought,"Dang! My hair looks awesome!" How'd it get like that? No? Well, that's understandable...the likelihood of bed-hair looking good rather than freakish...well the odds are against it. I can categorize my bedhairiness ranging from … Continue reading Bedhair: A Quick Look
I've noticed that there's a strange and inexplicable condition that happens to kids, especially mine over the summer holidays. They become deaf, louder, motor movements mimic being like marionettes with their strings cut or like mini Boomerang videos. Polar opposites but somehow they seem to be able to switch between them effortlessly enough. The specific … Continue reading The Malady of Summer Holidays
I am all for being a hands-off parent. I really would like to be able to observe my child, see him grow rather than always be present while he is doing his thing. For someone who has been a SAHM from the first moment, it is quite a treat to be able to see your … Continue reading Free-Range Vs Helicopter Parenting: Indian Scenario