In this second post from the Sibling Bonding series, lets talk about preparing the older child and tackling his initial inhibitions about the new baby.
A post about the need for children to remain children, and parents to remain happy humans and not super humans.
At a very young age, almost sixteen, I had decided that I want to quit all my preparations for IIT-JEE and pursue film making instead. And I was in it for the love of artistic expression and story telling; and not for the fame or riches. I was from Mumbai, but I had no contacts... Continue Reading →
As the Indian culture and it's common practise goes - Half the women tend to deliver at their mother's house instead of their husband's. The Indian society's age old partiality against the daughter-in-law must have probably started this practise where the woman feels more relaxed when at her own place - where she can rest... Continue Reading →
Ever since you get pregnant; the one person you truly share this special experience with is your partner. You two have been in it together since the very first second. And most of you will be together till the end. All your 'to do' or 'wish' lists will invariably have something for the Dad -... Continue Reading →