After being a mama, these days I have more of mamas surrounding me. I interact with more mothers than what I had ever done in the past life. And these interactions, observations gives me so many opportunities to quote of on my blog. One such topic, rather a very vast one and super close to my heart is of “Positive Parenting”. I believe I shall take many posts to cover this topic, but here, I wanted to focus on Part I 0f Positive Parenting tips which I have been following.
10 Positive Parenting Hacks (Part I) for Parents :
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When Creativity galore’s with Subscription Boxes
Hey friends, I have always been a creative soul and the same went in the genes of my kid. Looking at his creative interests rather than being glued to television’s made it more encouraging to shape his platform. We all parents think of raising ingenious kids, but very less do I see people engaging in really an imaginative manner with small kids. The reason could be simply, family responsibilities or Work commitments or similar. I guess these helped … Continue Reading
Lot of us are unaware of small daily life activities which help toddlers to Pre-schoolers in their Fine Motor skills Development. Rather we are not even aware of what is Fine motor development & how it impacts our child’s development.
What is Fine Motor Skill?
Fine motor skill involves the coordination of small muscles, mainly hands, fingers, with eyes and brain. It is basically learning to synchronize the things out at a time. The importance of development of Fine motor skills can be understood from the fact that they have a big impact on Intellect & Human development. When an … Continue Reading
Parents and we adults, have had a thought from centuries that the best way to communicate with a baby is via baby talk. This gives a feel of being more innocent, immature, loving, which is very close to what babies are. Speaking slowly with some rhyming in between, varying the voice tones to attract a child seems to be okay to see a responsive & excited baby. But using not so common and strange words, developing un-real words sounding & ending with “yy” or similar may not be the best manner to communicate with your … Continue Reading
There has been time and again researches on the Speech Development for kids less than 3/4years. And with every research, it is coming out firmly that the use of wide variety of vocabulary is so important for a kid to start speaking & later enhance his spoken skills. For this, parents have totalk more and more with their kids, so that they become more receptive & communicative. They need to link common words with their images. Remember, Images have a better capture in brain than the written or spoken phrases. And, so let me share some of the activities … Continue Reading
So here comes Summer extravaganza IV, with lots of interesting crafts, from the stock of piled cardboards at your home! Courtesy – Online shopping. I order multiple times a month & what I accumulate are the cardboards. Either I can pile them up & throw away one fine day or indulge in some creativity. So why not be creative & imaginative, let’s use it for some interesting crafts this summer. Let it be a super crafty Funday with our kids. You can try out simple crafts for a toddler helping … Continue Reading
Can Ice creams be creative? Thought of Popsicle stick crafts for kids?
Summers are amazing & so are the ice creams to savour upon! From a year old kid to 70year old, I believe Ice cream is something “unavoidable” in nature, only the variants & flavours can change. As the temperature soars & the Ice cream parlour man comes, mom’s I’m damn sure you must be having a hard time cutting them out of your kids daily routines. And now when summer vacations are here, that’ll be a good shout out at homes:). So let’s switch to some popsicle stick … Continue Reading
So the Summer vacations are right on their way. Kids are a more of merry lots and parents are more perturbed ones to help kids with a perfectly creative “Day management”. My summer Extravaganza Part I was published some days back & I’m here to share part II with lots of creativity on the table. Presenting some really fun Kids craft Ideas where fun, art & development goes hand in hand. It’s indeed win-win for both kids & parents.
Let’s get it started and have a great read & video watch for every Kids … Continue Reading
Time to introduce Money management in Kids/ Savings!
When I was small I often heard her say “ SAVE TODAY FOR PROSPEROUS TOMORROW”. Its now that I fully understand the reasons & practical implications of Money Management which made us save as little as Re1/-. It was an exciting journey as a child when we had multiple Piggy jars assigned for: Toys; Buying Gifts; Education; Sports. I still remember how every year mom used to redefine goals and re-allocate money. How she used to give small loans to her friends in return of some favour or charge interest. Purpose … Continue Reading
A recreation, sport, exercise, developmental activity, this is all what defines swimming for kids or babies, yes for adults too:).
So moms & dads let’s have an interesting post below to encourage you to make your baby swimmer early on in the years! Since its the onset of summers & Summers and water indeed cheer one another. The onset of this season brings smile & a temptation to indulge in water activities not just for elders but yes for the younger kids & even toddlers or babies. After all, its a great refreshing way to beat the summer heat.