‘Pops in a pod’ are here to share their stories as parents who are concerned about their kids in the time of COVID-19. When we went about writing this episode we were recounting our experiences about how DIFFICULT it is to break it down to a child what’s going on
We love walking and that’s the best way explore ANY city – the people, architecture, open spaces, culture, history, you can feel every pulse of the city. We would clock anywhere between 9 to 14 kms every single day, only walking.
VISA Six hours, an agonizing wait at the visa office to process the Schengen visa. Our first Europe trip as … More
After 40 minutes, we finally reached the counter, it was like crossing the finish line after an exhausting marathon. We were crabby, tired and ready to drop but Baby Z was galavanting like a stoned hippie radiating energy!
It was quite amusing to travel with a child, never correctly predicting how she’ll react to a new environment, you were always left guessing what will happen next.
We know a lot of couples who had started taking their kids out from a very young age, either through intent or compulsion. There were some who had to travel with their kids when they were only 15 days old and some around a month.
The two women discussed all things pregnancy the following day. My wife complained of constant dry retching in the morning. She wondered why she was waking up so hungry. She was also feeling bloaty the past couple of days and was constantly tired.