Looking to make this winter a nutritious one for your little one? Well, here are some winter foods that your baby will love to devour. Easy to make and easily accessible, these foods will keep those little taste buds happy [Read more…]
Parents are often heard complaining about low self-esteem or confidence in their children, little do they know that they are also responsible for the same. Parenting can be a tricky affair especially when you know that it can have a life-altering consequence. Here are some tips as to how parents can [Read more…]
When there’s a newborn in the house, there’s got to be some rules. Hygiene is very important as the baby is very vulnerable to infections & viruses, so the home and the people living at home must adhere to some basic cleanliness rules and should follow them even more strictly than they otherwise would.
Since mommy is the one who spends the most time with the baby at least for the first 6 months, here are some hygiene tips for the mother to make sure she and [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…]
Teen parenting can be quite stressful for the parents as well as children. The physiological & psychological changes an adolescent goes through influences the parent-child relationship to a big extent,-a very conflicting, tumultuous & challenging relationship unfolds 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
If you have a child/children between the ages 1 and 5 you have so many things to look out for like the first day at school, new words they learn, their family drawings but not everything you have to look out for is this charming! For eg, Lice!
Lice are the tiny insects that live in the hair. Often seen to be indicators of poor hygiene, lice are also present in the air and [Read more…]