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Why “Time out” did not work for my Kid & What worked out!

January 30, 2018
Time out for Toddlers failed

If you are a Parent, you must have come across Time out for Toddlers to handle the tantrums thrown by them. When I came across it, I was so excited to try it with the assurance that it will resolve all the issues with my Kid. But I was wrong.   Alone is not a good place to be. It never was. If I go back into my childhood, I never felt good when my Mother said I do not…

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PARENTING REVIEWS

Printing the memories etched in our hearts – Photo Albums

December 21, 2017
baby photo album

In my previous article, I have shared some creative ways to store childhood memories of your Kids. The baby photo album is one of the most popular ways to preserve the memories. Thanks to Mobile Phones, we have clicked innumerable pictures of our First Born in these 3 years but I always have a liking for conventional hard copies. When I got to know about customized Album maker online, I wished to bring many memories to Life. The first time…

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KIDS PARENTING REVIEWS

Slurrp farm Millet Dosa mix review….Made with Love

December 12, 2017
Slurrp farm

Sunday is a perfect day to try new recipes and when it’s something for Kids, excitement doubles up. Do you agree with Mothers? We Mothers are always on a hunt to find something healthy+interesting for our Kids. The moment I came across slurrp farm products, I was sure this is the right choice. The products are the brainchild of 2 Mothers in the quest to find healthy alternatives for their Kids. Each and every product is made with Love and…

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PARENTING

Are we all born Kind?

November 1, 2017
teaching kindness to kids

In a world full of hatred and criticism, teaching kindness to Kids is a must for the World to be a better place to live. But have you ever thought, Are we all born Kind? I think Kindness is a skill that needs to be taught, just like any other skill.   It does not come naturally to all. Does it?   My Toddler does not love sharing things, which I don’t find awkward as most Kids of his age…

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PARENTING SOCIETY & CUSTOMS

The fault in our upbringing

October 25, 2017
gender roles in society

When I observe the evolution both Genders have experienced in the past few years- I see Men lagging behind. Do not take me wrong but really, this is what I see from my end. Did anyone hear any man gaining superpowers after becoming a Father? But I am sure you must have heard many women talking about acquiring Superpowers after becoming Mothers. This is where we go wrong. We always set too-high, unrealistic expectations from Self.   Why we always…

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PARENTING

Life through the eyes of a Toddler

July 14, 2017
Life through the eyes of Toddler

Mommy drops me in the Day care while she is away in Office. I do not like this, I feel sad when she waves me saying “Bye! Good day”. Its not that I do not like my Day care Aunt but still. Ahhh! here I am again. Punched one of my friends in the day care, Aunty asked “Why did you do this?” I said with a smile “Mommy says-Love your friends but this is the way I show my…

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PARENTING

An open letter to Rap singers by a Mother

March 29, 2017
rap music for kids

Ever cringed at the meanings of Lyrics in the latest songs belted out by Rappers or worry that Rap Music for Kids may be destructive?   Whats up Rappers, I am a Mother of a Toddler who wish to share her concern with you all on behalf of every Parent. The other day while I was driving back Home, my 2 YO wished turning on the Radio to tune in to FM. This has become our routine and daily dose…

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PARENTING

How Mustard oil is beneficial for the Infants and toddlers

March 3, 2017
mustard oil for babies

Being a Mother to a Toddler, I am sharing the uses of Mustard oil for Babies as now I use it myself for my Kid. Mustard oil  is also known as “sarson ka tel” in Hindi, “sorshe tel” in Bengali, “rai ka tel” in Punjabi, “Kadugu Ennai” in Tamil. It has lots of medicinal benefits and is used extensively for babies and kids in South Asia.   Note: Do not use mustard oil before your Baby turns 6 months old.…

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PARENTING

He is entering into a new phase and I am full of beans

January 31, 2017
choosing a preschool

Choosing a Preschool is like cracking a tough nut. Its always difficult for Parents to leave their Child in someone’s hands who is not a part of the Nest. For some this phase comes very early where a Mother is working and there is no one to take care of a child. I am one of them.  I had to leave my Baby as soon as my leave ended after 3 months. Yes, it wasn’t easy but I had convinced…

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PARENTING

An art we can never be PERFECT at

December 5, 2016
perfect parent

Do you dream to be a perfect Parent? What is Perfect in this world. Nothing. No human, no animal or any creature. Its just a myth. Then how can we dream of being perfect when it comes to Parenting. When I became a Mother 2 years back, I pledged myself for not giving unhealthy and nutrition-less food to my Kiddo. No toffees, no chocolates, no chips or cold drinks. I promised myself to never hurt him. I promised myself to…

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