Let’s Play Indoors This Summer!

21st-blog

Is the summer heat too hot for the young ones to play outside? This is the best time then to engage them with some indoor games. Board games are not just fun but also enhance logical & analytical thinking.

Here are some games you can get your kids to play this summer!

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Top 5 Car Games To Play With Kids

14th-blog

Family road trips are fun no doubt but when you take more time than expected to reach your destination, little ones start getting restless. So here are some car games to keep them engaged!

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Adapt Yourself To Adopt Children!

7th-blog

Adoption, once upon a time carried a lot of stigma, thereby depriving couples from fulfilling their lifetime wish of becoming parents. But that is slowly changing. Education & awareness are slowly lifting the stigma of adoption and couples have been given many opportunities to adopt. In fact, adopting internationally too is becoming common.

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The Best Summer Food & Beverages For Your Kids

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Is your child getting unusually cranky at the dinner table? Finding it difficult to get them to eat food which they otherwise gobble up? What do you think could be the reason for this sudden fall in appetite?
It is the summer heat! It is the season when they expel more energy than their body has and are invariably dehydrated due to excess sweating.

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The importance of a family holiday

16th (1)

A holiday is a break from routine. It’s a break from everyday life and everyday you! It gets you to indulge in things that you don’t otherwise indulge in and is the time you can explore yourself.

Learning a new language, taking up a new hobby or getting adventurous at sea or in the mountains!

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How To Keep Children Busy During Summer Holidays

16th-blog

Some of our best childhood memories are from our summer vacations. Fingers digging into mangoes, playing in our grandmother’s courtyard, learning to swim in the well at our ancestral village; and many more such timeless moments which stay with us forever make summer holidays a special time of the year.

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Baby Weaning Recipes For Your Growing Baby

9th (1)

 

Switching on to solid foods for your baby? Here are some recipes you could try and make the introduction to food, for your baby, more flavoursome.
Apple Sauce: if you want to try something apart from apple cereal, apple sauce is a good option. Apple being a non-seasonal fruit makes it accessible at all times and is an easy option. Peel the apples, cut them into chunks, place them into a pan of water, enough to make them soft but not soggy. Stir on a medium flame, once they are soft enough mash them thoroughly. To make them more consistent you can use a masher with a little water added. If the pediatrician agrees, you can add cinnamon for taste.

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How Can Parents Help Children Deal With Exam Results

2nd

While children scurry off for their holidays after every exam, there is still a nervous anticipation that lingers on every child and parent’s mind. How much will i/my son/daughter score?

Exams can be stressful and the results even more stressful; but if the parents want they can really try and put their mind and their child’s mind at ease.

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How To Make Holidays Productive For Your Children

26th-blog (1)

Holidays -the most awaited time of the year! Children run out their schools on the last day of exam with inexplicable excitement. The parents, meanwhile, wonder how they will contain that excitement for the following two months!

While some take to travelling other parents enlist their children to summer workshops where various skills are picked up. To continue your daily chores & office work, without interruptions, your children need to  be occupied. They need to learn how to spend time by themselves when their parents are busy. Once you make them independent they enjoy their holidays better and you enjoy a peaceful time!

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How To Get Your Children To Follow Screen Time

20th-blog (1)
Parenting has been a constantly evolving process. Every subsequent generation has different ideas about parenting which, generally almost always, is frowned upon by the previous generation.  Especially in India, where parents play an important role as advisors to their children about parenting, it is hard not to be influenced. But things are changing and young parents are finding their own methods and techniques.

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