Being a working South Asian woman is our day job, but being a masalamomma is 24-7. Whether you’re living in an extended family, on your own with kids or with a partner, sometimes you don’t have the answer to that parenting question or challenge. Should you be on your child’s Facebook page? What school should you choose for your child? What’s the latest parent must-have for your baby? Here, you’ll find tips from experts and our very own masalamommas on how to tackle issues for all ages: baby, toddler, preschooler, teen and young adult. We’ll also provide suggestions and interviews with other inspiring masalamommas about finding their own version of the “right balance” of culture and parenting.

A Father’s Glimpse into Shopping with His Daughters

Noel Ocol is Filipino and his wife Patty is half Sindhi. They are raising two young girls in Canada. In this article Noel gives his perspective as a father on how parenting values make their way into something as simple as a shopping trip and how they  teach their daughters

Profile of a masalamomma

Portrait of a masalamomma Each month we’ll have an interview with a masalamomma who talks to us about being a South Asian working mom, juggling it all but still managing to find creative ways to maintain a sense of the culture in her family. This month we spoke with Anita