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15th month progress

There were a lot of things that happened in his 15th month. His dad travelled back to Melbourne and baby U could sense that his dad was leaving him so he became cranky. The entire month he was not in good health as he had loosies initially followed by running nose and cough which gave… Continue reading 15th month progress

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13th month progress

The 13th month has been a month of lot of firsts for both of us. The two of us travelled to India amidst a lot of apprehensions. N dropped us to the airport till check-in at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport which was quite helpful as it would have been difficult to manage a toddler( oh yes!… Continue reading 13th month progress

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What’s in a name!! -My name story

One may ask what's in a name? Name is the identity that our parents give us. It is the only thing apart from our body that goes with us to the grave. There will be a lot of apprehensions whole choosing the name of a new born. In fact the moment a woman gets pregnant,… Continue reading What’s in a name!! -My name story

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11th month Progress

Hello peeps!! Hope all of you are doing good.. There are a lot of changes and new things that baby U has been doing. One thing is he has become very naughty and keeps me and his dad on our toes. 🌼Highlights of this month🌼 ⭐️Can pull himself up to stand with the help of… Continue reading 11th month Progress

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Baby U’s 10th month progress

"The amazing thing about becoming a parent is that you will never again be your own first priority." ~ Olivia Wilde

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A letter to my adorable boy

Dear U, Hope you get to read this someday when the time is right.. which I feel is the teens for that is the right age for you to understand what I have got to say. Accept the world as it is: There is a saying which goes like this-'Its not what you do for… Continue reading A letter to my adorable boy