Trucks In #Pakistan
Renault Trucks, in partnership with Ghandhara Nissan Ltd (GNL) has introduced the full range of heavy duty Renault Trucks in Pakistan.
Renault Trucks and GNL have signed a co-operation agreement in early 2018, according to which GNL will be responsible for the import, distribution and after-sales service of the Renault trucks, as well as their CKD assembly at its manufacturing site situated at Port Qasim, #Karachi
by the end of 2019.
Renault Trucks have been introduced in three ranges, namely C, K and D. Initially all the vehicles are being imported as CBU from Lyon, France. The new Renault Trucks range was unveiled to over 500 guests, including corporate & individual customers, bankers, vendors, government officials, media persons and representatives from Renault Trucks.
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My thoughts on childcare, Part 2/2
Both my children got the chance to interact with other babies their age, play and sing nursery rhymes, learn how to sit together at the dining table and to eat all kinds of veggies. Because of that, Minha never rejected kheera and gaajar in her lunchbox. She had kareylas and baingans when they were cooked at home. I also feel that interacting with other children in an environment which isn’t their home taught them discipline, understanding of a time schedule, sharing and the fact that all their demands, legitimate or otherwise, will NOT always be met in life. In addition to that, I preferred Minha being in a secure environment with baby experts around her rather than being left at the mercy of house help when I went to work.
Because of childcare I have also realized that children always fuss more in the presence of their parents and typically stop crying within 5 minutes of their departure. Post that, they usually act like very sane individuals. Also, at childcare, perhaps, children get much more of REAL attention than we might be giving between our cooking-grocerydhobi-maasi- mehmaan-Instagram-rishtaydaar phone calls cycle. As mums, all we need to do it gain some control over our feelings which may unfairly make us think of ourselves as lesser parents if we part with our child for a while. There is absolutely nothing wrong with deciding to use childcare – whether you need that time to go to work or even just use a few hours during the day for catching up with yourself. You deserve it. You’re human too.
When we drop Bano in the morning, she, in an instant, hops to her care-giver’s lap and waves “bye bye” to us with a smile. In the beginning I asked her caregiver “doesn’t she get sad that I am leaving?” with mild offense. She said “no, Bano is so secure in her relationship with you that she’s okay being on her own. She knows that mama’s got her back”. Now, I leave, satisfied and content.
Part 1 in previous post