As India celebrates teacher’s day on 5th September, the person I would like to thankfully acknowledge is my son’s teacher, Mr M. It is not because my teachers did not create a long lasting impression on me- I did have very lovely teachers…Continue reading More power to the teacher in you Mr M!
Spoiler Alert: This post might contain spoilers (even though it’s a highly predictable storyline). It’s not the story that matters in this movie, but the way it’s told. 😊 We went on a family movie date to watch “The Boss Baby”…Continue reading The Boss Baby!
As the first excitement gives way to the sadness of missing his friends at the childcare and the overwhelming nature of ‘big’ school full of ‘big’ people grows on him, he complains to me that he is ‘not feeling great’.…Continue reading Ethan starts his schooling…
I have always been an avid reader. Even though I have tried using the electronic media to read stuff – computer screens, iPads, tablets, e-readers; nothing beats the good old feel of paper in my hands where I can see,…Continue reading Reading comes to Aaron!
I was picking up Aaron, my elder son, from his kindergarten couple of years back. On my way, I saw him saying hi to the cleaner at school. The conservative mother in me questioned him as to how he knows…Continue reading Cleaning the insides and outsides
Oddball – it was just another school holiday movie until it started. The stunning shots of soft sun rays on the Twelve Apostles were what captured my attention first. Slowly unfurled a fascinating story of Maremma sheepdogs protecting fairy penguins…Continue reading Oddball
Ron came back home from school last Thursday and asked me to close my eyes. (He has this habit of bringing back all sorts of papers and crafts from school and taking pleasure in surprising me with those.) As I…Continue reading A (not-to-) worry doll and us! 🙂