It all started during the covid lockdown and out of boredom, and with time I started sharing my daughter's pictures and videos, which makes me feel good. More importantly, I discovered the hidden talent in my daughter Ira.
I think fame is something that most of us like.
The pandemic of last year brought many changes, but this was one of the best things I did for my child. As I said, 'free time' opens up your creative mind, so I got her into blogging and all. From time to time, she also started loving and enjoying it. She started receiving some fantastic feedback on her social media (@iambaby_ira) handle, which amused me. It also encouraged me to start posting more on her account. The best thing was that it kept me engaged in something that I love doing.
I need to know many things to grow more as a blogger but what I can suggest is to keep posting on regular times, which we say engagement of our account and quality will always be better than the quantity of your feed. This really helps.
My day with my little baby brat is busy and full of happiness. There are plenty of influencers, but I like @juniorchopra @kiara_minnie, and @daddyslilgirl are unique because I feel they are real, and they don't use any filters or any over-editing.
I like things beautiful yet natural and straightforward. In today's digital world, as an influencer or someone on social media, it's important to stay authentic and grounded.