Still Writing

I’ve not been active here, but I’m still writing. Yay me!
Here’s is the latest post I wrote for Parentous. Read and let me know if you relate to it. 
Things I Want To Tell My Daughter
Baby G is about to turn one this May. I’ve been saying that time is
flying, since forever, but it really is true. It feels like she was just
born last week. There is so much I want to tell her and though there
will be time for everything, but I just can’t wait.
I just can’t wait for her to grow up, and I also feel sad seeing her
growing up so fast. I know, its silly. Maybe its just a new mommy thing,
but it makes me emotional just to look at her wondering at my colorful
bangles, or jabbing her tiny hands excitedly at her father’s iPad. I
want to live in this bliss forever. I know it’s not possible, but a
mother can hope, right? I have made a list of things I want her to know.
Will keep adding to it, but for now, here it is.
  • That your parents are trying their best to be the best, the perfect
    parents in the world. Because that is what you deserve. We might fall
    short sometimes, but we will always make it up by loving you more than
    possible. No matter what.
  • That the best things in life aren’t things. Its people.
  • That love is all you need.
  • That money is important, but independence, integrity, originality and kindness are more important.
  • That baking is therapeutically for your mother, so it will probably
    be the same for you. But if not, find your joy in little things.
  • You are not me, or your dad. We are similar, but you are a unique individual and never change that for anything in the world.
  • Invest in good coffee. But when you’re older, obviously. For now, drink your milk.
  • Be happy. Nothing really matters.
  • That you will never lose a battle, you will either win or learn.
  • That it’s important to laugh. Especially with a mother who laughs like a clown. I need company, sweetheart.
  • That looking good is important, but being a good person is a must.
  • That friends are very important, and keeping them for a lifetime is a blessing.
  • That being intelligent is sexy. Don’t play dumb, its not worth it.
  • Have BIG dreams. You’ll eventually grow into them.
  • Travel. See the world.
  • Read, read and read some more.
  • Believe in fairy tales but be prepared to slay the dragon yourself.
  • That only the boring people are bored. Always find something worth your while.
  • Be generous with your time, your money and your heart.
  • Dance every day.
  • Teach dad to dance. Seriously, I’ve tried and failed but you might be successful.
  • That mommy and dad loves you more than anything in the world.
  • That mommy loves you the most. Obviously.

Post Author: Aditi Mathur Kumar

Author of 2 books. TEDx Speaker. Travel Writer. Blogger. Addicted to Travel & Books. Digital Media Strategist. Social Media Girl. Army Wife. Mom. Curious. Crazy.

2 thoughts on “Still Writing

    Akanksha Dureja

    (April 12, 2013 - 10:40 am)

    Awwww this is such a heartwarming post. 🙂 So glad you see you back on the blog. Post more often, we love to read you!

    Lots of love to the little bundle of joy!

    humbl devil

    (April 16, 2013 - 5:17 am)

    wow..that was such a great post…
    this line really cracked me up…

    Invest in good coffee. But when you’re older, obviously. For now, drink your milk.


    all the newly anointed parents i know dont want their kids to ever gropw up.. 😀

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