Sangeetha Menon started Bumps n Baby to share her motherhood experiences and now she has a team of moms coming from different backgrounds contributing to the blog which makes it stand out as a parenting blog. Meet the moms of Bumps n Baby who, under the encouragement of Sangeetha, has contributed to turning BnB into a perfect guide for the millennial parents.
Anjali has done her MBA in HR. She works as a freelance soft skill trainer and is quite passionate about grooming and training people. She also works as a content writer and loves to pen down her thoughts. Her articles are full of life, color, and positive thoughts, just like her. Being a mom has helped her discover a lot of her hidden talents, the skill to multitask, and also the love for storytelling. She loves reading and exploring books and stories, for Rey, her little one, and spends quality time in doing so. She keeps an interest in home décor, party décor, and loves getting the theme in life. She believes happiness lies in simple things, creating memories, and that there is no gift like spending time with your loved ones. Kids have always been her weakness and that brings her here to BumpsnBaby.
A teacher by profession and a blogger by all means, Anjana Jins, joined Sangeetha almost 7 and a half years back and along the way made some amazing friends for life. Motherhood made her research and browse for genuine parenting websites that had some self-help, quick fix, and doable home remedies. Lo behold…cupid struck when she stumbled upon this amazing blog with suggestions, recommendations, food charts, healthy recipes, weight loss tips, and healthy lifestyle tips. Bumpsnbaby instantly established a heart to heart connect and from that moment she is a part of Bumps n Baby family. Writing has always been her passion and you can read more of her musing at Jia Plays. Anjana also enjoys reading and dancing. She loves to bake when she has nothing to do and makes sure everyone tastes it. She doesn’t mind saying… ‘ Compliments keep her driven and motivated‘.
Anu Prabin is a software engineer turned parenting blogger who believes in positive parenting. She bumped into Bumps n Baby during her postpartum days and soon started sharing her own parenting experience through the blog. BnB for her is a platform to connect with fellow moms and exchange the pearls of parenting wisdom. She also edits and designs Magazines and eBooks for Bumps n Baby. As a mom who wholeheartedly promotes the habit of reading in kids, she considers books as the perfect gift for any occasion. She enjoys doing arts and crafts with her son and shares various fun activities for kids through her Instagram account @thebacktoschoolmom. Movies, books, and food are the three things that cheer up this ambivert.
She used to be a hotelier in her pre-mom days. Motherhood saw her donning the roles of a chef, chauffeur, and cheerleader to her daughter. It was during this phase that she discovered and forged a bond with BumpsnBaby, a bond, a relationship that has encouraged her to hone her talents and push her limits. She was able to rekindle her love for words during her stint at the blog. When not at work, you can find her amidst her crafting supplies, curled up with a book, or watching a crime thriller.
She says BnB drove her from a wifey who was experimenting with a handy cookbook to an author mamma of two eCookbooks. She is Jayalekshmy Velswamy, married to Vijay Varadarajan and momma to Rithvik & Shravya. As a biotechnology postgraduate, she loves researching. So when she found out she was pregnant with her first baby, her research topic was all about babyhood. This is how she bumped into Bumpsnbaby. She loves writing and reading a lot. She also loves to read parenting experiences. After realizing she could also share so much, she started blogging about her motherhood experiences and recipes tried and tested at home with BnB.
Leena is a bohemian lady with creativity crawling in her skin. Full-time Mommy to an 8-year-old and a 2-year-old, she manages to find time for her passion for writing, reading, traveling, and exploring! Her zest for love and life is infectious. Spotting her in a crowd is easy because very rarely people wear PJs Oversized T-shirts, pantos spectacles, and a messy bun all the time, everywhere. Taking life easy and as it comes is her mantra. She’s the types: Who cares about what’s around?
Being an experienced faculty with Masters in microbiology from MS University of Vadodara, Riddhi has published many of her works for well-known kids’ magazines like RobinAge, KidsAge, and many online forums. Her passion to write and desire to see positive changes in our society has inspired her to write. Apart from her love for writing, she also likes socializing, storytelling, art, and craft, and reading. She volunteers and writes stories for StoryWeaver. She owns a YouTube channel too which mainly focuses on imbibing moral values in kids through stories and crafts. A humble person with a passion to interact with kids, she currently works as a teacher.
Saumya Ajaykumar – An artistically inclined, accidental blogger managing a fulltime career and a primary school daughter! A Keralite by birth, born and raised in Mumbai and now based out of Pune in India, she identifies herself as jack of all trades who hasn’t managed to master anything yet!! She loves to experiment, innovate, and interact with people! She owes her blogging journey to BnB. She started following it as a new mother and eventually wanted to share her own experience with fellow mommies and that’s how her journey as a blogger started. She prefers writing on DIYs and personal experiences.
Vandana SR lives in Chennai with her husband and vivacious little Vihaan. Becoming a parent has helped her understand life in a much better way. She loves sharing her new found wisdom to the benefit of other judicious parents who are constantly wanting to give the best to their kids. If you randomly walk into her house, you will either find her telecommuting, reading storybooks to her seven-year-old, or preparing vegetable-rich meals with OPOS techniques. An ardent go-greener, passionate vegetarian, and a budding feminist, she swears that life begins at 30.
Yamuna Balamurugan is a jovial mom to two doting girls. Born and raised in Erode, she is currently settled in Chennai. She ardently follows her Grandma’s diary for traditional South Indian recipes and home remedies. She prefers homemade ingredients for her cooking and weens food as the ultimate medicine. A cup of filter coffee with her husband, hanging out with her girl gang, and shopping are the three things that pep her up. Her mantra for a happy life is a simple lifestyle with importance to health and discipline.