Episode 84 – The Pandemic Dad – Mohijit Mukerjee

This is the final episode of Father’s Month and what a way to end.

Nadir Pop & Peter Pop curated four stories this month, of dads from different walks of life. The fourth and final story is of a Mohijit Mukerjee who became a dad during the pandemic. Mohijit talks’ us through various aspects of his journey of becoming a parent:
1. How the pandemic played a role in becoming parents
2. the support received from the gynaecologist
3. The DOs and DONTs of delivering a child during the pandemic
4. THE DELIVERY STORY – Do not miss this one (You can hear it from the time code 29:00)

Mohijit Mukerjee is a marketing professional and currently he identifies as a Spotifier, no points for guessing… he works with Spotify. In past he has worked with brands like family first brands Disney and Mattel and today he has a little family of his own. 

We will be back with our regular programming starting July. Thank you for all your support and engaging with us during Father’s Month in June. Hope you’ll had fun listening to all our dad guests

If you have an interesting story or know of someone with an interesting story then please write to us on popsinapod(at)gmail(dot)com.

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Until next week. Stay safe.


Published by Pops in a Pod

Pops in a Pod is parenting podcast produced by first time dads Nadir Kanthawala (content and digital marketing professional) and Peter Kotikalapudi (marketing professional). Nadir has a daughter and Peter has a son. They currently reside in Mumbai, India

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