• Baby,  Mommy

    How I am Rocking Motherhood!

    In the hustle bustle of everyday life, it can be very easy to forget to appreciate yourself! To remind yourself that you are doing a good job – as a mom, as a parent! And that is why I love this idea of the Rocking Motherhood Tag. Thank you to the wonderful mommy Tina Wilson Naddler from ‘No, You Need To Calm Down!’ (yup, that is her website) for tagging me for the challenge. This challenge also allows me to talk about my fave topic – ME! Modesty is my middle name, didn’t you know? So here goes: Thriving, not just surviving. We have crossed the one-year mark, and I…

  • Baby,  Bub's Diary

    Bub’s Diary – India Bound..

    Dear Diary, Wooohooo. It was time for another trip. And this time it is to the country which my parents call the motherland – India. I have only heard people talk about it, so I was very excited to go! And obviously, knowing my mom and dad, I knew for sure it would be a super packed schedule. And ofcourse, momma books tickets for Thursday night, which means there is just no time to breathe or relax after nursery, and we have to pack up and leave in a rush rush rush. I never understood why my folks travel like they are moving countries? And they blame me! They are…

  • Bub's Diary,  New Born

    Bub’s Diary – Trips and Travels..

    Dear Diary, Even before I turned five month old, I had been to four countries: Qatar, where I was born, Bahrain, my mommy’s home, and UK to visit aunts and uncles! And yes I saw the Abu Dhabi airport too! Pretty cool eh! I think I love this whole travelling business, because I go with half a suitcase full of my stuff, and come back with atleast one more full suitcase of toys, clothes and whatnot BAHRAIN And everywhere I go, there are all these people who come to see me, and play with me! It really is a lot of fun. When I went to Bahrain, all of momma’s…

  • Mommy,  New Born

    Travelling with an Infant..

    My almost six-month old is a seasoned traveller; he’s been on more flights so far than many adults across the world. And well, it hasn’t been as bad as I expected it to be, Alhamdulillah. Here was my experience travelling with an infant. Our first trip was when he was just barely 2months old, off to my home – the beautiful Kingdom of Bahrain – where I was born, and grew up in, and where my parents still live – via British Airways, and I was travelling alone –without the husband. There was a massive confusion at the airport, and we had to wait for ages to get it sorted,…

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