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No More Kitty Party Games, It’s Time For Booze & Dancing – What Women Want!

Kitty party games

Kitty parties have been one of the most favourites activities for women, not just stay at home ones but also working women since kitty parties are their chance of having fun with the ladies. The trend has been running all around since years. It started with women getting together at homes and have their meals or play kitty party games like Tambola, poker etc. A show named Desperate housewives even started the trend of poker as one of the kitty party games which was not there before.


With time, the trend took a transformation because women were bored of cooking at home so they started going out for lunches or breakfast kitty parties. Various restaurants also have designated areas to host kitty parties for ladies. This has been going on since years.


But very recently, this kitty party trends has taken a different turn among the women. Nowadays, women are interested in making most of this free time away from their families. So, kitty party games have been replaced by booze, hukka and dancing.


One of my friends who told asked me to join her kitty party and me being a working person told her I am not so much keen on hanging out playing kitty party games etc during the some time I get for myself and there she started the temptation telling me how she and her friends enjoy kitty parties these days. She told me they book a place, mostly over the weekends which serves booze and allows hukkas too and there I was with my prompt yes.


Because why not? Why should boys have all the fun?

Dr. Krutika Kumaresan
Dr. Krutika Kumaresan MPT is an Adult and Paediatric Neuro therapist.I am a mother of a beautiful baby girl. She is the most precious thing to have happened to me. Motherhood in the eyes of a medical professional is completely different. Very often I find myself in a dilemma when she is sick I become frozen and panicked. As a first time mother it is sometimes overwhelming and full of surprises. Yes being in medical professional helps me tackle a few things here and there but what I have learnt through the journey so far is it’s okay to not know or being not able to decide for yourself. It’s okay if you seek somebody’s help. It doesn’t mean that you are weak or don’t have enough knowledge it just means you are new at this and trying to do your best. It takes great courage to accept your short comings and learn about it in the process. As a mother and as a medical professional I have just one advice and tip to all the parents out there do not ever try and compare your little one to other children. Every child is unique and is a blessing enjoy their childhood and let them be.                                                                                                                

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