I am a stay-at-home father of five and half-years-old twin daughters, and also a home-schooling parent. A proponent of FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement and slow, conscious living, I quit the corporate rat-race when my twin daughters turned two and half-years-old. My wife re-joined her enterprise, Dirty Feet, our first child.
As an experiential and hands-on parent, I undergo the revelations on this refreshingly unpredictable journey and the bliss and anguish that comes with parenting full-on. Along the way, I chronicle my experiences, thoughts and goof-ups whilst learning to grow up together at mydaughtersandme.com.
From the day-to-day obvious of how to make children eat all their veggies, have milk daily, take medicines without a fuss, I wander about child-led parenting, gender stereotypes, labelling, rewards/punishments in my blog. Also, the outdoor escapades and the simple joys of our daughters’ childhood.
Hitherto unschooled, we are planning to home-school our daughters as they turn six years. This is helping me develop a perspective about our country’s education system (not too charitable, to say the least). I articulate these opinions as well on my parenting blog.
Welcome to our world.
If you have any questions about the blog or any of the posts, please write to me at mydaughters(dot)me(at)gmail(dot)com
Thank you for your time. Hope you like it here. My name is Chirag Mehta, a stay-at-home father.