On this episode the Peter and I share our stories and experiences of parenting during the season of festivals and what it was like to deal with a kid such crowded events. Be it weddings or other ceremonious events, “having fun” has changed forever for us.
Peter and Nadir spoke intensely with Pratha on the role of men and women in our society and what we all need to do, to give courage not just to our children but to each other. This episode is just not about gender equality but about hope for the future generation.
He didn’t move because he was tired of India, on the contrary, The Economist, where he heads the mobile division had been pushing him for years to set up his base in London, but for whatever reason he brushed it off. But one day it happened and he moved to live a better life and give a great life to his family.
Jose Covaco is probably one of the most honest comics out there. Not too many people know this but he is a dad to a beautiful, 5 year old daughter
The wives take us through the various forms of paranoia, issues, concerns while they were pregnant and thoughts of having a healthy child would constantly come up in conversations. And they highlight the fact how a first pregnancy always accentuates these feelings and emotions that they encounter.