Kids have an innate innocence and curiosity within them. May life never make them lose their childish spirit. Sharing our stories from this week.
Exhaustive list of 20 best pregnancy books to guide your journey into motherhood & be confident with the knowledge gained. Click to read more
The second month of the year already! So I am on the week 5 of Project 365 where I share one photograph daily for 365 days. I am so proud of myself that I posted until now on this challenge since consistency is not really one of my strong points! So here are our stories
10 helpful tips while preparing for a VBAC – Being informed, Hypnobirthing, Positive Affirmations and more. Click to read
Talking about the Kindle, Dysmenorrhea, Sibling rivalry and making memories with the children. Click to read more.
Snippets of this week from our small world. Click to read more
Listing out my top 10 baby products that I loved as a mother of two young babies. Click to find out more.
Sunday, January 10, 2021 We moved house in the middle of the pandemic in March 2020. Our house hasn’t really been furnished much or arranged well. Though I don’t like many small decor items (cos hello dust) I really love some minimalistic decor. I got this print from Saleha Art. I should have printed it
Tales from our little world . Click to read more
The unexpected pandemic and lockdown bought it’s fair share of angst to the young stay at home mothers. Click to read more.
An unexpected lockdown and its effect on young toddlers. How to overcome it and keep them busy? Click to read more.
It has been nearly 2 years since we moved. By the beach. Every morning when I wake up, the first thing I do is pull up the curtains and look at the beach. There is something calming about water. Deep blue. Or deep green. Or some days it is lifeless and pale. When the wall
(A collaboration with David Charles London) Growing up in Doha, one of the best parts about celebrating Eid and Ramadan was experiencing the entire country being illuminated and the spirit of the festival being publicly celebrated. We did not have to make it look like Eid at home because “Eid” was just everywhere – banners, lights