When parenting exhausts you try these lives hacks


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6 Responses

  1. Disha says:

    Old memories are like happy places, you can visit whenever you are down. I relate to this advice the most. Helpful post.

  2. Ashvini Naik says:

    Hey Geethica, here’s my momology post for Week#2. https://www.fitbewell.com/why-gardening-with-kids/
    The linky seems to have ended.

  3. Geethica, it’s such a heartwarming post and I am glad I read your post this morning, especially the bit from Viraasat, though I don’t remember it now after 22 years, I guess. But you are right, kids can make the worst stressful situations also lighter just with their smile. My husband tells me that life would have been a lot tougher had our daughter been not around, she is our strength on bad days.

    I will remember this when I feel like shouting at her the next time. 🙂

  4. upasna1987 says:

    Yes, watching old photographs cheer me up instantly. I will try it next time.

  5. I can identify with all your emotions in this post. Children are definitely exhausting but they are also responsible for unlimited happiness in our lives. #momology

  6. Ashvini Naik says:

    Geethica, your post is really heartwarming.

    No doubts about children being the light of our life & their happiness amidst so many meltdowns is all that it takes to lift our moods. Their smiles & innocent faces are the most powerful thing on earth that can heal every crevice in our hearts.

    And I so agree when you say that at times, there’s no need to talk back over bad/rude behavior. Kids usually mellow down instantly & that’s cool. As a child, I too was very quick to acknowledge my mistakes & apologize right away despite a fat ego lurking inside me. And yeah, like shopping treats you right during times of parenting exhaustion, for me it’s either simple shopping with my kid or a long ride that makes both of us let go the stupid moments of anger or showdown.

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