Exercise For Kids

Do you often find your little one plopped in front of the TV or mobile phone? Well, you’ll totally agree if we say that we had a more active childhood than our kids.

Be it cricket, football, kho-kho, tag me, hide and seek or just jumping on the couch; we ensured to have our share of physical activity.

While our cupcakes might not understand the importance of physical activity, coming up with fun exercise ideas will help them experience what we did in our childhood.

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Tips To Care Baby Skin During Winter

Your little one’s skin is the acme of softness and perfect skin. Those chubby, rosy-red, super-smooth and dangling cheeks make everyone go ‘aww.’

But winters can be tough on the delicate skin of your munchkins. In winter, the humidity level in the atmosphere drops which makes the water in skin evaporate more quickly leading to a dry, tight and flaky-looking skin.

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Tips To Improve Your Kid’s Handwriting

Imagine this, You ask your little one to write what he or she wants as a Birthday present. After some time, your pumpkin comes running to you excitedly saying that the letter is written. You open it to find out some sloppy, messy letters written here and there which are absolutely unreadable.

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Food And Carol Ideas For Your Kids This Christmas

So we’re back this week with another set of ideas to make this year’s Christmas exciting for you and your little ones.

And, what better way to do it than some easy, mouth-watering and freshly-baked food recipes and sing-along carols.

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DIY Christmas Ideas For Your Little Ones

Christmas is just a few days away! This year, time flew like a bird with a jetpack on its wings.

Now with so much going around the world, one thing that kept us strong was our family and friends. And, to cherish these bonds, we’ve decided to come up with craft ideas that you can create with your little ones to get them all excited and rolling.

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Healthy Soup Recipes for Babies to Relish

Winter is already here!

And, it is undoubtedly the most wonderful and fun time of the year- with snuggly blankets, steamy hot cocoa, warm socks, cosy fires, festive vibes and super-yummy food this time brings a smile on everyone’s face.

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Super-easy Tips to Swaddle your Munchkin the Right Way

A swaddled baby surely makes everyone go “awww.” With a blanket wrapped snugly around the baby’s body and just the face being visible a glimpse of this baby burrito is undoubtedly the most calming sight for everyone. But apart from making your little one look like the cutest baby burrito; swaddling helps your munchkin feel safe and secure while s/he adjusts to life outside the womb, reduces anxiety and promotes self-soothing by teaching them to sleep on their own.

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Ways to Keep Your Kids Busy During Quarantine

Ways to Keep Your Kids Busy During Quarantine

Life is settling into a routine (of course with quite a few changes) under the new normal. The school year has started with regular online classes and children are adapting to the new mode of learning, doing homework, and taking tests. As a parent this new school schedule will definitely have an impact on your work from home schedule, so let us look at ways in which you can go about [Read more…]

Gas in Babies: Reasons, Symptoms and Preventive Measures

Gas in Babies: Reasons, Symptoms and Preventive Measures

Nothing warms a parent’s heart more than seeing their baby happy and gurgling. However, sometimes their little one tends to squirm, cry and display other symptoms of being uncomfortable. While there are many reasons for this discomfort in babies, the most common cause is the presence of gas in their stomach. Here we will look at the reasons for this while also looking at the symptoms and the appropriate remedial measures. [Read more…]

Precautionary Measures Pregnant Women Should Take to Stay Healthy this Monsoon

Precautionary Measures Pregnant Women Should Take to Stay Healthy this MonsoonThe monsoon season has set in all over the country. While the showers provide a welcome relief from the blistering summer heat we have endured during the past few months, it also brings with it its own set of health challenges. The most common challenges of the monsoon season relate to the risk of water-borne infections, mosquito-borne infections, viral fever etc. While these are a cause of concern for everyone, children and pregnant women are particularly [Read more…]