This Mom’s Life

This Mom’s Life


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“This Mom’s Life” series has gifted me with lovely friends on this blogosphere. Happy to introduce today, well-accomplished young and cute blogger mother, Ekta Chawla. She blogs at Confused Parent. She in her own words,

 

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She is giving such a powerful and inspiring insights about Parenting, Pregnancy, Motherhood, Child Education, healthy Food, and Reviews.  She is undoubtedly a great blogger in this generation. She’s a mother of a lovely 2 years old daughter – Muskkaan Chawla.

 

 

Her professional qualification is MBA Finance & Marketing. Her interests are Badminton & Dancing. Her achievements – Top 20 Parenting Bloggers as listed by BabyGogo, Top 10 as listed by Influencer & The Child Magazine. Her goal is to become the Top 5 Parenting communities in India by 2019. My best wishes to you, Ekta !!!
 
My sincere gratitude towards her for earnestly accepting for this guest post. Here she shares her motherhood thoughts exclusively with our readers.   

This Mom’s Life of Ekta Chawla

 
1.     What three words describe you as a mother?

Proactive Teaching, Patience while feeding my picky toddler, Unconditional Love.

2.       What’s the parenting rule you never break?

Actually a couple of them 🙂

  • I feed my angel what the entire family eats. Same spice. Same food.
  • Comfortable happy living. No indulgence in luxury. 
  • Limited screen time. Even if it requires me to spend more meaningful time with her.

3.       And one rule you do break?

Can eat chocolates once in two days. Afterall, we all enjoyed our childhood. Why shouldn’t our children? 🙂

4.       How do you spend time off for yourself?

Work on my start-up (ConfusedParent) to scale up traffic & build a good brand in the parenting space.

5.       What’s the best part of your day?

Cuddles & kisses with my little angel. See her smile & giggle takes you to another world far from the rat race. 

6.       What’s your favorite guilty pleasure?

Desserts. Dark Chocolate Truffle. Well, who doesn’t? 😉 

7.       What five things can always be found in your refrigerator?

Dry Fruits, Milk, Chocolate, Tomatoes & Papad.

8.       What words describe you as a wife and a mom?

Unconditional Love.

9.       Do you have a family ritual that you love?

No Television before 9 pm. Saves a lot of time. More peace. 

10.   What are 3 best things you love to teach your child?

  • Being Humble & Thankful
  • Smart work better than hard work
  • Enjoy your work. Be Passionate. Happy mind leads to healthy living.  
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Image Credit: Pinterest

 

Thanks again Ekta for your great lifetime sharing with us … 🙂
 

She’s currently hosting a Mega Blog Challenge on her blog. Don’t miss it out !!!

 

Happy to feature other mommy friends also …… Interested can email me at vivekvasantha@gmail.com.

 

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge. Also linking this post for #ChattyBlogs hosted by Shantala.

 

 

 

 

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27 thoughts on “This Mom’s Life

  1. It was nice to read about Ekta. Mothers have such interesting facets to them. Each of them has her own individual streak.

  2. I really liked the blog, i think with years to come we would understand that too much restriction for kids while growing up may not always result greatly. I loved your pinterest image 🙂

  3. It’s inspiring to read about somebody who is so focused on her goals. Thank you for introducing us to Ekta, Vasantha. 🙂

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