Mom on a Mission: Reframing the ‘Mom Guilt’ Conversation

Kamana, a new mom, talks about the infamous ‘mom guilt’ and how she has reframed her feelings by considering herself on a mission when she is away from her child.

How Summer Memories From Bangladesh Inspire Me Every Day

Bushra shares summer memories of visiting family in Bangladesh that left a lasting impression on her young mind and continue to inspire her to be a better person.

The Reality of Motherhood: ‘I had to Search for the Fun Amongst the Tiredness and Vomit’

If I manage to eat a hot meal or be able to use the bathroom alone, it’s classed as a “good day”. No, I’m not locked up in Guantanamo Bay, I have two kids!

Capturing Childhood: How to Take Great Photos of Children

Some tips of how to take great photos of children to capture their childhood in loving and memorable ways by a photographer and mom.

DIY Diya Garland: Fun Craft for Diwali

Enjoy a fun craft for Diwali and decorate your house with this beautiful DIY diya garland.

Give your Kids the Bright Future they Deserve With College Savings

We grew up in Edison, New Jersey, so naturally, we were exposed to our culture, Bollywood, dancing, and singing very early on. However, no matter how much interest we had in those extracurricular activities, we were continuously pushed to focus attaining a higher degree.

Here’s a DIY Project you can Easily Tackle: Rainbow Diwali Diyas

Brighten up your Diwali decor with these DIY Rainbow Diwali Diyas.

Four Ways to Raise a Confident Girl Child in Today’s World

Today, we celebrate the fifth International Day of the Girl Child, but when it comes to raising a girl in a South Asian household, we, as parents, are so confused that we pass on that confusion to our girls.

Jai Jai Hooray Channels the Everyday Woman’s Inner Goddess Through #SheIsAGoddess Campaign

Jai Jai Hooray is a company that is re-imagining cultures of South Asia by making beautifully simple toys and tools.

How to Plan an Eid Party for Children

Since having children of my own, I have tried to maintain traditions so that they have fond memories and associations with their Pakistani-Muslim heritage.

Introduce Your Little One to India’s Diverse Culture With Desi Babies

Living in the diaspora, it is challenging to incorporate our South Asian heritage in a way that is meaningful to children but the founders of Desi Babies create fun and vibrant products that stimulate the growth and creativity of the modern desi baby.

How To Plan An Easy Breezy Maternity Shoot!

Some great tips to plan an easy breezy maternity shoot

Traveling with the Little Ones

Great tips for traveling with kids including packing, on route and staying arrangements.

Dear My Main Man: A Daughter’s Letter of Love to Her Father

Dear My Main Man,

I write to you because out of every helping hand I have received in this world, yours is the one with the most impact. You receive the least amount of credit and praise for the things you do. You’ve always stood back and let me shine or run in the rain knowing I always get caught up in a storm. You’re always stepping in when I call for you, knowing you can’t be more than a few feet away ready to comfort me in your arms as you have been doing for years. It’s time that light radiates on who you are and the love that you have shown me.

Lies My Papa Told Me

Papa left first; he headed away to a restful place of no return, to be with the spirits of his brother and his parents, away from the pain he had endured all those years, from the lies he told us to protect us.

I Don’t Wanna Be That Mom

The expectations and reality of being a mom.

Monica Bhatnagar’s ‘Bad Auntie’ Wants you to Have Kids

Monica Bhatnagar’s Bad Auntie really wants you to have kids before it’s too late!

The Stay at Home Mum: Is it Really a Choice?

I started working from home three months after giving birth but was faced a lot of criticism, questions, and comments from stay-at-home mothers.

7 Simple Ways to Raise a Confident Child

Raising confident children is an art that goes against the parental instinct of fixing every problem that our children face.

3 Desi Cooking Recipes Made Simple for the South Asian Supermom

Are you a supermom looking to save time and energy in the cooking department? Then this is just for you with a few recipes that make desi cooking simpler! Moms are able to multi-manage bath time, bedtime, laundry, cooking,