Tag: Children Youth and Family

MILLENIALS & BABIES, Opinions

Makebelieve out of a Box #FridayReflections

She cautiously set her cup on the table and watched the melee in front of her. The three of them were playing a game of Pirates. Luckily none of them had known the horrors of a ship being attacked by pirates but for them, the story of Peppa and the Pirates was one that inspired …

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The Plane #FridayFotoFiction

Zahan and Kayan loved playing on the rocky beach while their parents snoozed in the shack.  It was exciting scouring for shells and other treasures that were washed ashore among the flotsam. Suddenly Zahan spotted something and ran toward it, his fat feet stepping gingerly on the hot pebbles. “Look Kay! Come quick! See what …

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N is for NO, NO , NO

With Little P attaining the new milestone of Age Two, the word I hear most these days is NO. It is no wonder then that I associate the word NO with the letter N. In an effort to wean him off this favourite word, I decided to play a game with him.  Would you like …

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Marking Time – The Futility of Marching.

This morning’s peace was shattered not in the usual way with screeching brakes or honking horns, but with the shouts of Lef, Lef, Lef, Rye, Lef. Indeed, I realised how soon yet another academic year has passed us by when  the girls in the school opposite begin their marching practice for the Inter-Schools Athletic meet …

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A gaping hole

This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda If I had the power to change one thing, I would would change my decision to send my daughter abroad to study. All over my house there are pictures of two smiling girls, my girls who look back …