The Reading Momster

#9DaysofWomanhood – That 1st Year Being a Mom

Today’s prompt for #9DaysofWomanhood implores you to talk about the 1st year being a mom! Hosted By : #MyLittleMuffin #TheMomSagas #Mummasaurus #TheReadingMomster Thank You Misha for Introducing Me! Do check out her blog, because she has an awesome take on today’s prompt! -Why did I call it THAT first year- It is a defining moment when you decide to conceive, and being Pregnant is the best time a Mom can have because if you are like me, the 1st year makes you so strong, yet so vulnerable and so hat

#9Daysof Mommyhood – Let’s talk about Pregnancy

Hosted By : #MyLittleMuffin #TheMomSagas #Mummasaurus #TheReadingMomster “Giving birth and being born brings us into the essence of creation, where the human spirit is courageous and bold and the body, a miracle of wisdom.” – Harriette Hartigan It brings me immense pleasure to share that I, along with 24 other bloggers are celebrating #9daysofwomanhood throughout Navratri.    Today’s prompt implore us to talk about our pregnancy! And because i experienced it twice, and both very diverse emotions and diverse experiences made me understand that “Every pregnancy Journey is unique, the

#9Daysof Mommyhood – Being a Mom – A generation who knows it all

Hosted By : #MyLittleMuffin #TheMomSagas #Mummasaurus #TheReadingMomster “[Motherhood is] the biggest gamble in the world. It is the glorious life force. It’s huge and scary—it’s an act of infinite optimism.” – Gilda Radne It brings me immense pleasure to share that I, along with 24 other bloggers are celebrating #9daysofwomanhood throughout Navratri.  Mommyhood isn’t easy! Even if one would say that it has become considerably easy for Moms in this Era, I think the Moms in the olden times had their own set of positives and challenges. There isn’t much difference,

Two Traditional folktale from Bhutan

I came across these 2 traditional folktales from Bhutan, while searching for picture books showcasing original stories from around the world. The 2 picture books that I am going to showcase here are beautiful traditional folktales from Bhutan. Both are written by Kunzang Choden and expertly illustrated by Pema Tshering! Zubaan books published these 2 stories, for their littlest audience in 2011. Too bad, I came to know about this recently. The illustrations in both the books are such calm soft watercolor landscapes, which if you are a wanderlust like me,

Brand new Site – The Reading Momster

Yes, I have done it, I self hosted. After years of procrastinating and self – doubt, I did it, YAY! And it is called The Reading Momster. I still have my old site “Our Ordinary Life”. Because I am still importing a lot of stuff from there. Why? I love my blog, this is one place where I just love to hang out.And  I love to write, I love to be heard, I loveee attention. And this blog is always ready to listen. I did bring ALL posts from way

100 days of play: Simple Toffee wrapper flowers

I am so happy to participate in the 100 days of PLAY challenge, hosted by Sun Scholars. If you have been following along, you will already have some fun, simple activities to do with your kiddos. Even though Aarya’s absolute favorite activity is to ride the bike in the house, outside… everywhere.. Today I am going to share a very simple activity which include toffee wrappers. If like us you have some lovely Uncles visiting, chances are they will bring chocolates for the kiddos among other things. So when Aarya’s Uncle

Little Readers Nook

We subscribed to Little Readers Nook this month. This is a parent – child themed reading program targeted towards the 2-6 crowd. The kit includes 4 books+3 activities+ 1 exciting toy or puzzle; which is delivered (or you can pick it up as well) once or twice a month (your choice). For our first trial month we chose “family theme”. We had Aarya’s Grandparents visit us this month, so this was the perfect reading companion for us 🙂 Our set included 4 books – Don’t let the Aliens get my Marvelous Mum! by Glillian

Book Love – The Snowman by Richard Briggs

I bought “Step into Reading” book version of this book and instantly regretted doing it 🙁 It is, but a sad copy of the original. But we watched this video, which was amazing! This is such a beautiful story! I love it and Aarya really enjoyed it too 🙂 To accompany this book we did this rather fun but lovely “Snowman on the Globe” art which I saw on Pinterest. Please excuse the “sauce” on the face look. The minute he saw the ball and white paint, he just wanted to dive right

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