To Be A Mom – Meet Tshego Motiang

It really takes a village to raise a child

Irresistibly Fish


Once I’ve fed; entertained; disciplined; played with; answered a billion and 1 questions and then finally put the kids to bed, I get to relax and watch some tv – I am exhausted.

I don’t do this everyday, only every so often, to give those who do a chance to enjoy their long lost freedom – I am the babysitter.

I’m a firm believer in the saying “it takes a village to raise a child” and have chosen to avail myself, to a couple of good friends, as a helping hand to their adventurous child filled life. I love children; so much so, that I could not think of anything better than spending some good old time with them – everyone wins.

Now you’re probably thinking… “She’s crazy!” Or “it’s easy to be a part time parent, but she has no idea what it takes to be real parent” and…

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A utopia for women

Celebrating Karwa chauth !

Who says that it’s difficult to wait for moonrise on the auspicious day of Karwa Chauth.

My experience is a lot different. I believe that when you have a son like Raunak, you won’t even realise that you have spent the whole day playing with him without drinking a single drop of water.


This was the best Karwachauth of my life till now… and the credit for this goes to  none other than my son “Raunak”.