Macee Hoffman found an employer who accommodates her needs as a new mother, as she can't put her baby boy in childcare quite yet.
The lack of emotional security, a safety blanket that all children deserve, made life difficult for her, especially during the formative years. True, her mother was a victim, but so was Kiran. Drowning in self pity, her mother made it a point that no pain is worse than her own, thereby creating a wall between herself and her daughter.
Bao Nhia Julia Yang and Bao Kou Julie Yang are identical twins who gave birth to their daughters less than two hours apart on Sunday night.
People often ask me how I manage my office, home and child, and I tell them I am still learning. But along the way I have learnt quite a few life lessons that are worth sharing with others who find themselves in a similar predicament. Find happiness in small things. Don’t look for happiness in foreign trips or leisure shopping or expensive spas.
“Mere paas maa hain”, that iconic line from the movie Dewaar, which became the subject of many jokes, since, epitomised the mother of yesteryear’s Bollywood – sacrificial, weepy, sometimes strong, but mostly made from the same mould. Cut to today and Bollywood’s love affair with its moms continues, albeit in a different avatar. Today’s mothers love the good life, are cheeky, fashionable and revengeful – as both Sridevi and Raveena Tandon showed in their recent films – Maa and Maatr, respectively.We take a look at how mothers have evolved from the traditional maa to the modern mom.