Category Archives for "Motherhood"

When the Father Becomes the Mother

By Piyushi Dhir

When the Father Becomes the Mother

I always knew I wanted to become a mother. I also always knew that I didn’t want to be a working mother, especially in the first few years of my child’s life. I wanted to be around, to watch my little one achieve his milestones, to hear his first words, to see him take his […]

Continue reading

The Thrill of Hearing Your Baby Talk

By Piyushi Dhir

The Thrill of Hearing Your Baby Talk

When I first got to know that I’m carrying life within me, it was more a concept than something concrete I could touch and feel. But only until the little baby grew big and strong enough to start kicking me from within. That was the first time we had a ‘conversation’. If he was feeling […]

Continue reading

Travelling Moms- Meals in Paris

By Piyushi Dhir

Ask for a Highchair

Part 3 in a series on ParisParis is not just a destination for romance and honeymooners, it can offer a great vacation to families too. You can find great places to live in, which are baby-friendly, as long as you know what to look for. Transport within the city, while notorious on several counts, was no […]

Continue reading

Traveling Moms- Transport within Paris

By Piyushi Dhir

Our Happy Baby in His Stroller

Part 2 in a series on ParisIf you’re planning to go to Paris for a holiday with your infant or toddler, kudos to you! I admire your spirit. My hubby and I took our first post-baby vacation to Paris and it turned out to be a unique holiday. First of all, we learnt that our […]

Continue reading

Traveling Moms- Where to Stay in Paris

By Piyushi Dhir

Mom and Baby in Paris

Part 1 in a series on ParisIf you’re considering a vacation in Paris with your little ones tagging along, don’t hesitate. We did it and so can you. My hubby and I spent over a week in Paris with our eight month old and one of the best favours we did to ourselves was to […]

Continue reading
1 2 3