This Mom’s Life


“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, Srishti Soni NarulaShe blogs at khanashaana

She is giving such a powerful and inspiring insights about Food, Restaurants and Product Reviews.  She is undoubtedly a growing blogger in this generation. She’s a mother of  a girl, Pritika, 1 Year old.

 Srishti Soni from Khanashaana


She has done her Masters in Journalism & Mass Communication. And she worked as a Corporate Communications Professional. Her interests and hobbies are Travelling, Shopping, Reading and Watching Movies. She considers that working in the field of her choice is her big achievement. Her goal is to be happy in whatever she do and be a successful professional and great mommy. My best wishes to you, Soni !!!

My sincere gratitude towards her for earnestly accepting for this guest post. Here she shares her motherhood thoughts exclusively with our readers.   

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1.     What three words describe you as a mother?
 Protective, Vivacious and Caring.

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

There are no such rules. But, somehow we feel that the way we speak with kids should be polite and non-aggressive.

3.       And one rule you do break?

We (Me and my Husband), try to keep the same time for sleeping every night but somehow it never is the same.

4.       How do you spend time off for yourself?

Sometimes shopping or going to the salon. But at times I just enjoy reading interesting stories or articles on the net.

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

Every evening when I reach home after work and my daughter runs up to the door to see me. It’s just the best feeling.


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6.       What’s your favorite guilty pleasure?

Junk food and Desserts. I just can’t hold myself whenever I see pizzas, pasta, burgers, ice creams, etc. in front of me. I just go crazy.

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

Chocolates, milk, butter, fruits and ice cream.

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

Happening and Welcoming.

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

We are punctual with dinner timings and expect everyone to be on the dinner table in order to have a family meal and family time. This basically teaches the kids the sense of discipline in their lives.

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

  • Never lose hope and be happy in whatever you do.
  • Discuss things with your parents.
  • Be confident in whatever decisions you take.

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

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20 thoughts on “This Mom’s Life”

  1. I love that they have the meal time ritual. I think it’s very important for a child to have quality family time everyday, and this is one such example. Such a sweet lady!

  2. I completely agree with the rule of bringing up kids polite and non aggressive. And I like the idea of dinner time together. It’s how I grew up too and still have fond memories of those times.

  3. What lovely parenting tips for inculcating such positive outlook and discipline in your kids life Srishti – more power to you!
    Thanks Vasantha for sharing her story her – will check out her blog too!

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