Posted: 20 January 2011 at 9:45am | IP Logged
Originally posted by .Isha.
Originally posted by bedigirl
aaaw! thank you! that means a lot to me! so tough juggling so many hats and keeping the balance.... really happy, thrilled in fact when anyone says positive thing about my children... have really put in sooooo much effort to ensure a balanced and stable environement for them.. caring nurturing and nurtuuring non stop is exhausting at times,... but so utterly rewarding!! and life long benefits to knowinng they turned inot decent responsible and caring individuals
thanks soooooo much!
cheers and warmth
You have indeed done a wonderful job! Being completely honest, learned more than a thing or two myself for future!
I just loved (use rarely) how you kept Nigam-kid away from any confrontation
and also how Aliya and Omar are so well balanced kids (very hard to see these days!). You have surely done amazing job at that front with loads of other endeavors.
Please continue posting if time permits. Would like to discuss with you about other families in Maa Exchange as well as your other work! (Can't wait for that new reality show you just posted about)
Cheers, warmth and happiness to you as well
quite amused by the second ME! all parents want to be the "good parent" to their kids and avoid confrontation... so it's so easy to just let your kids be addicted to mobiles, junk food and unhealthy lifestyle. Its' SO DAMN DIFFICULT discipling children and having to have them hate you at times! but as a parent you always have to see the bigger picture and their future!
Archana keeps a dirty home with zero hygiene and zero emphasis on personal development or health. just smiling and allowing fat and dust to develop is appalling lack of responsibility.
as for Sujata... she's a serious disciplinarian which largely is a fantastic thing to inculcate good habits in children.... but i feel sensitivity was lacking. She should have realised teenagers are very sensitive to criticism and in front of friends it's humiliating. She should have taken her outside the room and mentioned the neckline or made her change her top discreetly if she found it offensive. It's not what you say, it's how you say it and when you say it , that' s important.
overall... i think sujata comes across as the more responsible parent and better house wife to me....as for quirks... we're all human!!