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Something to woo your sweetheart

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Love is in the air!!! Valentine’s Day generally means spending time with that special person in your life, exchanging gifts, taking a romantic stroll in the moonlight or a quite night out (Basically I am very romantic at heart). It’s... (Continue reading)

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Rediscovering our Marriage

After going through the post of Yasmin, Romance…after Twins, thought of writing my view points….. True life becomes wonderful after the arrival of a boy / girl. While a baby brings more stability & commitment in a couple’s life, at... (Continue reading)

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Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) / Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Last month I wrote about Speech Problem and Hyperactivity in Children and the possible causes for it. Today let’s discuss about a developmental disorder usually detected in childhood, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) which is characterized by Hyperactivity, Impulsivity... (Continue reading)

Thoughts on Love and Friendsip

This is in response to this month’s topic “Something to talk about this month – Love and Friendship” It seems appropriate to write more as everybody will be celebrating Valentine’s Day in a few days time… I would like to... (Continue reading)

To Do or Not to Do is the question

Today’s headlines in The Times of India (TOI) is, ‘1.75 lakh kids couldn’t get nursery seats.’ I am talking about Delhi, the capital of Rising India and kids who are little over 3 years and few 4 years old, who... (Continue reading)

Sweet Dish on the occasion of Saraswati Puja

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Boondi Ladoo

Hello Everyone, Wish all of you a very Happy Shree Panchami or Saraswati Pujo, what ever you say.. Today for Saraswati Pujo I am sharing my  Grandma in law’s(didishashuri) one delicacy. Sometimes she used to make this laddos , and we... (Continue reading)

Lamb and Aubergine Moussaka

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  Hi everyone! It’s a long time since I posted my last recipe. Well today I am back with Moussaka, a traditional Eggplant (Aubergine) based dish in the Balkans and the Middle East, but most closely associated with Greece and Turkey.... (Continue reading)

Mom in Question – Monika

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  Profession: IT Kids:  Tisha (7) , krish (3) Born and brought up in: India Currently base in: India Countries lived in: USA, India Cultures in my life: Indian, American     What did you find most interesting about living and... (Continue reading)

A Truer Choice

“We reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals.” Barack Hussein Obama’s speech a few moments ago was sophisticated, muscular, ambitious, unapologetic. At the same time it accessed a certain humility and reverence, laced with several metaphors for old American ideals.... (Continue reading)

Mousse au Chocolat – Recipe

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I am back with a new recipe, this time a cold dessert, Chocolate Mousse. Its really easy to make and the home made mousse do taste good as the ones in any good Cake and Confectionery Shop!!! Believe me I had... (Continue reading)

Top five things to do while you are nursing

So now that I have been nursing for three months, and the nursing stretches are getting longer instead of shorter, I keep thinking of things that can be done with one hand and with baby attached to you. Of course,... (Continue reading)

Speech Problem and Hyperactivity in Children

Let me today share a problem which I think almost every mother worry about – speech problem, delayed speech, hyperactivity, restlessness and related problems……. I was associated with a sector, where I interacted with people all the time. I had... (Continue reading)

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Festive Time – Christmas Cake Recipe

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It’s Festive Time folks and also the time to welcome another new year. I wish all a Merry Christmas a Happy New Year 2009. Let us all hope this new year brings joy, happiness, prosperity including peace around the world.Well... (Continue reading)

The New Indian Woman and Divorce

Educated women have more choices Here is a controversial topic. While on one hand being an independent career woman is a source of pride and self esteem – it’s also a harbinger of ‘choices’. Whom to get married to (no longer decided... (Continue reading)

Celebrating Multiculturalism in Preschool

Next week is family-week at the boys’ preschool. Each child has been asked to make a poster (with the parent’s help) describing his/her cultural background. So the boys and I were busy making our poster, the last couple of days.... (Continue reading)

Introducing Maria

When I was five or six back in Calcutta, I went to see ‘The Sound of Music’ with my extended family. I think it was the first movie I saw and I remember being dressed in my best, the line to get... (Continue reading)

Little efforts that convey a lot

A few days back I attended a work shop on Early child care and Parenting. It was conducted by Vatsala Sivasubramanian, a well known child pscychologist and a family counsellor. It was very interesting and she said that one of the... (Continue reading)

MOMO

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Hey All!!! Wish you a Happy Dussehra and Subho Bijoya. Hope you all had a great time during this festive season. Well today I am back with a new recipe, this time with MOMO, a type of Tibetian Dumpling, commonly... (Continue reading)

Will you marry us?

“Will you marry us?” This is the question that was being asked of me. Not a common one, is it? Usually, it is “Will you marry me?” But no, I was being asked the former, by a close friend of mine... (Continue reading)

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