Hurry hurry spoils the curry, is a commonly used phrase. But all hurry and no calm is quite a recipe for a disaster.
It’s an amazing feeling when you have a 5-year-old running energetically around the house. There are moments when you are best of friends and a minute later foes … but amidst all this, your little one admires you and looks up to you!!
“Mumma, just one minute, Didi ek minute mein karti hoon, I’ll just take a minute, I will do it in a minute, Give me a minute”, are just some of the sentences we often say or hear day in day out. But in our busy lives have we ever evaluated the importance of one minute. In fact, we are so busy juggling between home – work – relations that we often find it difficult and don’t want to squeeze in another minute into the hectic schedule.
“I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures.” – Lao Tzu
Dads are hardworking, selfless, caring and loving but the alpha dads are there in the times of laughter, tears and dirty diapers…
Does it really matter if children are short or tall, skinny or wide? Don’t judge them on their body parts as they have a beautiful heart…
“We’re raising our girls to be perfect, and we’re raising our boys to be brave.”
“It is never easy to be a parent. But it’ll pay off in the end. And I’m going to try my best.” This is what I keep telling myself and while doing so I also practice these small things in an effort to make myself a great parent.
When you meet your baby for the first time you deal with a lifetime experience. For some, it is instant while others develop these feelings over time. Whatever be the case babies activate the feelings of love, happiness, and awe in us mothers.