Do you start your day by whining about the insanely tiring activity of getting your kid’s teeth brushed? Do you dread the push & pull every morning? Well, if you do then here are 4 awesome hacks that will make [Read more…]
You might think getting toddlers to read is unnecessary since they barely know or understand the written word. But think again. Reading transports them to a different world, it opens up their imagination; apart from exposing them to a new vocabulary, books expose them to a whole new world of stories, characters, and [Read more…]
Do you feel the need to use post-its on every page of a book? Are you in the habit of collecting diaries & notebooks, without intending to write in them? Do you tear up when you enter a stationery store? Well then, you are Stationery Obsessed! And, you’re not alone. [Read more…]
Mothers have a lot going on, from dirty diapers to cooking all three meals for the family. They obviously deserve some down time and colouring could be just the activity for that. So how does colouring help?
Carl Jung was the first psychologist to use colouring as a relaxation technique for his patients. He got them to colour mandalas, which he believed “represented the inner process individuals used to grow towards fulfilling their potential for
Having a child is as much fun as it is a responsibility. Caring for it, looking after its safety & health, feeding it etc takes time of course but more than anything else it takes a whole lot of compassion. Children when exposed to pets who need as much care as children, develop a unique bond with each other. One protects the other and [Read more…]
When was the last time you got your child’s eyes checked? Well, if it’s been too long, it is not an ideal situation. Research states that 1 in 5 children have undetected eye problems, so if you’ve not been regular at the optometrist/ophthalmologist clinic, you better start! Your child’s first eye-check up should be at the age of 3 and after that once every two years. It’s often misconstrued that eye-check ups for your child can begin only when he/she starts reading but, some [Read more…]
Something which has been done for generations together-oil massaging. Grandmothers and aunts used to sit around the new mother and the baby and give both a full body oil massage and a hot water bath. Well, we might not have those beautiful moments anymore, but oil is still the No. 1 nourishment the hair needs. Oil provides the optimum moisture needed for the scalp to stay non-itchy and flake-free…
Self-feeding is not just exciting for the parents but also for the little ones who begin their journey of senses. With self-feeding, they explore food with all their senses -taste, touch & smell. But apart from exploration, there is a lot of learning for both the baby and [Read more…]
Monsoons have their own charm. Lush green surroundings, good climate and clean, fresh air. But monsoons bring more than good weather with them, they bring water-borne bacteria which carry diseases varying from [Read more…]
‘Early to bed and early to rise makes man healthy, wealthy & wise’ is not just a proverb but a universal truth. Studies have proven time and again that sleeping and waking up early has physiological and psychological benefits.
Some are given below: [Read more…]