“Wow! Is she pregnant again?” Tina jumped with joy, “It is a great news”.
Sanjay had called Tina for a cup of tea assuring a surprise news. Hearing the introductory words made by Sanjay about the pregnancy of his wife, Tina jumped of joy. Tina and Sanjay were good childhood friends. Both were happily married and had awesome partners. But their friendship always made them share their secrets, routines and plans on regular basis. They both supplemented each other like the best of the friends to keep moving their family life in a smooth and planned manner. Continue reading
if you pamper your kid on the dining table
kid will never understand the value of food
if you pamper your kid while playing next door
kid will never know the value of neighbourhood
if you pamper your kid daily on the study table
kid will never be able to read between the lines
if you pamper the kid by giving whatever he want
kid will never understand the meaning of necessity
if you pamper the kid by accompanying him always
the kid will never know how to move the next step
if you pamper the kid by agreeing to whatever he says
the kid will never understand the pain of denial
but still you need to pamper the kid at many occasion
pamper the kid when he loses in school competition
pamper him to be disciplined, to respect opposite gender
pamper him to accept defeat, to develop sportsman spirit
pamper at the right time, right place and in a right way
Being a father is definitely the most beautiful and blissful feeling and becoming father in the middle age is a heavenly thing. As per the unwritten norms of our society, marriage for a male generally takes place somewhere between 24-28 years and for a female between 21-25 years. As the couples reach their forties, they generally travel far from the parenting business and stay confined to fulfilling the daily needs of the kids which most of the times remain limited to the local purchases from the market. Continue reading
Awake, Arise and Shine….Ooh, Shiny!
it is time to retrospect if you are a real partner
if you don’t fit in there, time to try a bit harder
do you stand by her, when she faces her in laws?
do you look at mirror, while pointing her flaws
do you play with your kids each and everyday?
do you do the kitchen when she has to overstay?
do you help her when she goes through the pain?
do you honour her NO for pleasures you wish to gain
do you too go for fasting when she does it for you
do you respect her emotions, freedom and point of view
if you follow all these you are indeed an ideal mate
this is the way you can make the partnership great!
Though the question appears bit unorthodox, looking at the current socio-economic environment, its relevance cannot be undermined. Though marriage is an institution, there is no compulsion that everyone should attend it. With the quantity of divorces on the rise and the domestic crime graph touching zenith, the belief in this institution is slowly thinning. Further, the trend of live-in relationship is also on the rise which is slowly making the paper called marriage certificate, obsolete. Continue reading