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With the kids back in school and the rainy weather, we have the perfect backdrop for some uninterrupted reading! We had such a broad range of blogs this month, discussing anything and everything. Choosing the top blogs this month was difficult as usual, but here are our choices for June!
Divya weaves a beautiful tale about a child learning a life lesson in an emotional way in "An Innocent Assailant".
Parenting is always seldom a smooth ride and numerous challenges pop up along the way. In "Maa, why am I so hairy?? Aaarrrgggghhhhh!!!! we read how a mom deals with an issue that her daughters having and how she deals with it. 3. 5 Things You Will Miss About Your Kids As They Grow: From an experienced mom!
This blog had us hugging our kids a bit tighter and longer after reading it. We think those of you who have small kids will do the same!!
Marriage is all about love, companionship and adjustments! Rakhi relates a great story about the early stages of a marriage, from the courtship stage to the initial hiccups. A great read.
"Why do we pass judgments when we clearly do not know what goes on beneath the surface when we meet other people?" is the crux of this introspective blog, one that most of us will be able to relate to, as well as make us think.
We also had a number of Fathers Day blogs that made us laugh, cry and think about our dads! Here were some of our favorites.
Any mom who has either sent her child to school or is about to, should read this beautiful post-
When do you become a mother? This blog answers this question poignantly.
We love this positive blog on the relationship between a mum and her mother-in-law
Why I Will Take My Daughter For A Checkup Even If She Menstruates Properly- By A Woman Just Like You is a great blog which highlights the necessity of regular checkups for women.
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