Coming from a nuclear family I didn't understand what's it like to have a joint family and the feeling of being "Together -Together". But got a chance to experience this after meeting @gaumishdharia. Frankly speaking I found it too much akward back then in initial days to share a piece of everything that m doing with everyone! But gradually I got used to it.. and now its become integral part of my routine I stay updated whats up with all my extended family and they are abreast with what's going on in our life 🙃 And now I wish Preesha shouldn't miss out on the perks of being in joint family... 💞You learn new skills from each individual 💞You have ur own tribe almost everywher you go 💞Ur childhood becomes more colorful 💞You learn sharing and caring fast

💞You learn to tackle difference of opinion while keeping ur relationship still great 💞Divided responsibilities & workload

And there are many more to list down!

Happy to be part of one!!!

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What's your say on this mommies???

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P.s. (Image)Preesha with her youngest chachu 😁

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woww!! thats really great dear!! superb share !! i lived with joint family at my parents house& also living with in laws here too..each lines are so true !


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