June 29, 2007
Welcome to Planet Earth -
You can easily register with the Asian American Donor Program (AADP) Registry at http://www.aadp.org . The procedure to register is less than a minute and is not invasive, just a simple swab of the mouth. The AADP recommends that people read about the actual marrow donation procedure on the website before registering.
Go to http://www.helpvinay.org/ for more information.
June 22, 2007
Kay invites Mommies from Toronto for a get together. Click here for details.
And I think the first ever Mommies meet was initiated by Poppins(You will go down in history, P!) in Bangalore and here are the details from the meet which happened early this month.
Any Moms in Zurich interested in this lonely soul?!
June 20, 2007
Heres Sunitas posts on Piyush. Take heart Sunita. You are a wonderful person and a great inspiration to Moms like me.
June 18, 2007
Do check out the fascinating stories of
June 17, 2007
Dees heartfelt letter to her Appa. *Your dad helped your mom in cooking? Awww....*
All of four months and Mittu has a way with her words in a letter to her Appa!
Malini describes the day and writes about her father and surprise, surprise - her FIL too! ;)
Promises are made to be broken, Noon! Especially to husbands! ;)
Sheela as usual waves her magic wand and creates exquisite stuff. Check out here and here for some craft ideas.
Heres our dear MM's posts on three generation of fathers! *Warning: This post is a real tear jerker*
And last but not the least, here are both the Trishnas and their poignant posts on their Dads on their Birthdays - Happy Birthday Papa and Daddy...
Long live Dads!
June 16, 2007
Kiran tells us about her dad and the brats dad.
Moppets Mom is a Daddys girl!
Poppins' valid fears about Daddies and their Cholesterol.
Sunitas touching post on her dad.
Tharini as always paints a picture with her words in her post - Pops!
Wishing all the Daddies a very special Fathers Day! Go on Moms, make it an unforgettable day for the dads! ;)
June 14, 2007
Here's Sundars post on the same subject and his plan for a kid friendly airlines! :)
after reading this article by Vir Sanghvi.
Personally, this popular opinion that "mothers want the entire world to praise their kids" gets my goat! I dont go to all that trouble of traveling with a toddler so that some tom, dick and harry can say how cute my daughter is! For all you know, I would be happy if total strangers ignore my daughter in this bad, bad world we currently live in!
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