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A Letter To My Curious Teen – #PeriodPride #FridayReflections

A Letter To My Curious Teen – #PeriodPride #FridayReflections

My Love, This letter is what I usually share with you during our chit chats. But the need as a letter – a piece of paper filled with love – is to be referred at times when your manhood raises to its peak. This letter would help you to be rooted onto the ground. My boy, the first thing I want to tell you is no way you are superior to the other gender. You too have your best and…

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Nostalgic Notes From A Mommy Diary #BarAThon Challenge Day #5

Nostalgic Notes From A Mommy Diary #BarAThon Challenge Day #5

Last Sunday after my hubby returned back to South Africa, all days I was searching, cleaning, and organising our home. Today, when I was sorting out and arranging my hubby’s and my son’s shoes, I was overwhelmed with so many memories and thoughts. Shoes of different brands, for various needs and of multiple colors made me to walk in my sweet memory lane. In fact I would always say that we can run a shoe shop when we retire. That’s…

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Hey, It’s Ok Amma !!! #BarAThon Challenge Day #4

Hey, It’s Ok Amma !!! #BarAThon Challenge Day #4

On that day, as usual Mithu got out his school bus and walked with me to home. He was sharing his day at school with me. But my mind was held back thinking something about that morning. Once we reached home, Mithu shouted ” Hey, Amma, you did a big mistake today.  And you were being caught red-handed. What is your answer now??”  ” Hey, Amma, you did a big mistake today.  And you were being caught red-handed. What is…

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Weekly Photo Challenge : One Love

Weekly Photo Challenge : One Love

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: One Love One Love :  The universal love and respect expressed by all people for all people, regardless of race, creed, or social status. “One love, one heart. Let’s get together and feel all right”              – Bob Marley                          

Bedtime Stories For Your Kids

Bedtime Stories For Your Kids

  Do you have the habit of telling bedtime stories to your kids??? Mithu still at his age of 12 loves to hear bedtime stories of all kinds. Telling bedtime stories are quiet moment between you and your children that leads to sharing,  engaging and promoting peaceful rest. Do you search for bedtime stories to share with your kids??? And here’s the help for you. Read all my stories published at IMC Posts. Friends, please read, comment and share. Do you have more…

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Careful

Weekly Photo Challenge : Careful

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “ Careful “. Amazing artworks made by my Amma and my son Mithu with lot of carefulness…. Mobile Rangolis made out of OHP sheets and Gundan Stones by Amma ….       Artworks of Mithu…..              

Animal Talk

Animal Talk

This post I was about to give a long back. But somehow it missed. Last month Mithu had an assignment to submit a rhyme about voices of different animals. So we had a nice time in writing, editing, singing, giggling with this poem. This poem is a joint venture of Mithu and myself. Animal Talk Croak ! Croak !! Croaked little frog That can hop from rock to rock Quack ! Quack !! Quacked the duckling That can enjoy swimming Tweet !…

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Daily Tips : Encourage Garment Art

Daily Tips : Encourage Garment Art

Encourage Garment Art . Let your child use his old pillow covers or his plain bed sheet or his old T-shirts. Give him some fabric colors and ask him to paint his own designs. He’ll have a brand new material. And also  you have encouraged him to be creative and innovative.

Today Is World Art Day!

Today Is World Art Day!

April 15 !!! Happy World Art Day! Did you know? April 15th,  World Art Day is an international celebration of the fine arts in order to promote awareness of creative activity worldwide. On this World Art Day, happy to share my son’s wild creations with you.                            Tips to Make Kids Creative: Be a role model. Have enough art supplies at home. Encourage them to crate art from waste. Appreciate…

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