Cauliflower is called the same in Malayalam as well. I wonder why. Too much literacy? Over influence by the British? Or is there really a Malayalam word for it? Am I just dumb? I have no idea. Anyway, one of my favorite cauliflower dishes is the Gobi Manchurian. The first time I ever ate Gobi … Continue reading Gobi Manchurian
The title is in response to Shweta's Saturday Six Word Story Prompt : Balloon You must be wondering how the title connects to a balloon. There is a small story behind it. There was this little girl who lived next to my friend’s apartment. One day, her mom bought her a balloon, one of those fancy … Continue reading Let it go see the world!
If someone‘s been quiet and comes back to you later, and if it doesn’t feel the same anymore, did it matter at all in the first place? People change. I know that! But if they really mattered, won’t you be glad to see them again? Won’t you have stories to tell them? Won’t you lash … Continue reading Does it matter?
She had a thing for everything broken,Believed broken things had better stories to tell and treasured them all.Bits and pieces of broken bangles,Cute little charms from a broken bracelet,Her grandpa's broken vintage radio,Her father’s broken watch,And as she grew up,Broken hearts!Time has passed andBroken hearts left when they weren’t so broken anymore.There are ghosts everywhere. … Continue reading Broken Things – Collaboration
Children have the wildest imagination, and the stories they come up with are the best ever! Few days ago, my niece told me the cutest story ever, and I couldn't stop myself from sharing it here. So, let's not waste any time and dive right into the tale. Cheeku In Wonderland Once upon a time, … Continue reading Oh! The Places You’ll Go! – The Beauty Of A Child’s Imagination
From birth, most of us follow our babies’ physical development milestones. We look forward to them and we are very happy when our child crosses these milestones. But do we pay as much attention to social development as well? Even the fundamentals of socialization are laid quite early in life! For instance, a mother and … Continue reading Guest Post : How To Encourage Socialization In Toddlers
Hey hey! How are you? It's been a while since I posted here. But, I have been around reading all your posts. So, I cannot say that I missed WP. However, it sure feels great to get back with writing. Yesterday a post on Instagram caught my eye. 'If you remember a scent, you forget … Continue reading A Whiff Of Memories
My son just turned two, and I feel emotionally bombarded. They call it the terrible twos, as toddlers this age struggle between their reliance on their parents and their desire for independence, which means he will eventually learn to be on his own, sooner or later. I was waiting for this all the while. But … Continue reading Let Them Grow! Let Them Be!
'Giraffes can't Dance' is a brilliant children's book written by Giles Andreae and illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees. The vivid illustrations, eloquent rhymes, and a beautiful message at the end make it a perfect book for young readers. It's recommend for the kid's age group 2 and up. Summary of 'Giraffes can't dance' Gerald was a … Continue reading Giraffes Can’t Dance – Book Review & Activities
It's only recently that I came across the versatile air dry clay, and have been trying out a lot of crafts using it. I had a lot of glass jars that I saved up after finished jams or sauces, and decided to use the clay to upcycle the jars as well. Surprisingly, the jar craft … Continue reading How To Use Clay For Easy Jar Craft