As a mother, reminiscing and reflecting on my daughter’s life gives me both pride and joy. Her childhood, the transition to teenage, and every single memory where I have been with her. But of late, things have changed. I feel the distance and my bonding with her is being replaced by conflicting views. Things we agreed before, we disagree today. I often console myself that these differences shouldn’t be taken with a pinch of salt, as it is a given. “Teenage angst” that’s what it is called. But then, I can’t help but wonder, what can I do in this situation, as this metamorphosis of thoughts and ideas, and the differences, if not handled well can loosen the bond that we share. The question here is, do I let her go, or do I let her grow?
American actor Ashley Graham is receiving praises on social media from her fans for keeping it real, showing off her body with stretch marks and all. The supermodel, who announced that she was pregnant with her first child, shared a nude picture on Instagram that highlighted her stretch marks.
ROLPA, July 30: Dipa Rawal, of Ghartigaun of Rolpa was studying in seventh grade when she quit school to get married. She was 16 then. Now she is 20, has a three-year-old son and her husband is working in Qatar to earn for the family.
Motherhood brought different colors in my life, the colors I never thought existed within me. My different shades exposed themselves as scaffolding of the sweet onion in our kitchen. Through the nine months ordeal of carrying another human being inside to childbirth and raising it, it has all helped me explore my own inner self. I transformed from a moody introvert into a dreamer, a lover, a baker, a dancer, a singer and an actor.
PALPA, August 24: The only medical college in Palpa that distributed the safe motherhood allowance to new mothers has stopped doing so. Lumbini Medical College has stopped providing the allowance to new mothers since a month stating that it pulled out of the agreement with the government because it was bearing loss.