Miko Lolo Diary



Unwrapping Joy : A Gift Guide

Gift giving season is upon us, and picking gifts can be a tricky business (especially when the little ones are involved!). Choosing what’s right and also fits in your budget can evoke mild stress and even put you in a full blown panic mode! We’re here to remind you what the last month of the year is for : Joy. Here’s a list of the most cheerful gifts from our favourite homegrown brands, for the toddlers and mamas and papas. Unwrap joy with the Miko Lolo Holiday Gift Guide. 🎄 “Christmas Time” by Miko Lolo A collection of onesies and bibs for infants, in Christmas themed prints and colours : perfect for their first Christmas. Made with certified organic cotton,...

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Getting Candid with Kriti

While the kiddies frolicked in Miko Lolo, we caught a few moments between shots, and chatted with Kriti about what drives her, her photography style, her muses and much more.   Miko Lolo : Where does your love for photography come from?Kriti : The love for photography runs in our family through generations. Both, my uncle and father used to practice photography as a hobby and had a dark room too. We have a great collection of pictures of my mother when she was expecting me, and of me as a newborn baby too! I have been surrounded with cameras and pictures since childhood and that's where the whole idea of it grew on me.  Panini wears the Astronaut Maxi Dress When did...

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Shafaque, Salis, Sahar : The Family that Inspires

Shafaque has come a long way, from a broken family, early motherhood, dealing with anxiety, to having her own beautiful little family of three. And that’s what we love her for. She not only championed the anxiety that comes with a troubled childhood and postpartum but is now a successful mom-blogger being unapologetically herself and delightfully radiant.  Read on, to know a little more about the lovely 22-year-old who inspires us every day.

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Chetna Ori : On Being an Expat Mom

We live in a world where geographical boundaries are blurring, and living outside of the country of your nationality is a very common practice - whether it is for education, employment or in the case of Chetna : for Love <3Chetna was born in Nowgong (Madhya Pradesh, IN); raised all over India (read : army kid), and now lives in Mauritius, with her lovely husband, Ajay and 4 year old baby boy, Milan. We got her to speak to us about being a parent, and raising an Indian child outside of India.

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