[My neighbour’s child started to love isolation suddenly and then she restrained from catching her school bus. Sometimes she would skip the school and other times asked to drive herself. Often seen in distressed mode every morning, her mum couldn’t understand her sullen behaviour and that too all of a sudden. When she started to diagnose into the life of her daughter, slowly she got to know that she was becoming a victim of bullying in her bus by a group of nasty boys.]
For a parent, seeing their child being bullied or bullying other children can be quite disheartening. … Continue Reading
Hey mama’s, winters are on their peak, somewhere its snowy, somewhere its foggy. But the best part of the day is when there is some sunlight to soak ourselves and get vitamin D. I still remember those school days, wherein we just used to laze around in the sun with cozy thin blankets, at times reading thrilling novels and at times relishing winter delicacies straight out of mama’s casserole.
Though the roles have reversed and I’m a mama now, I do intend to savour some of those winter delicacies to my pre- schooler child. But, the kids are so picky, … Continue Reading
Addiction? How to know about it?
It is true that no one wants to be addicted but it is a type of disease and you become the victim unknowingly. In fact, addiction is developed due to the combination of bad choices and poor judgment. And it is not that this disease occurs overnight. Addiction takes time. Not only this, it has also been found that many people do not even know that they have addiction symptoms. But after continuous use when they stop using it, symptoms of withdrawal begin to occur. And it is then that they realize their addiction. … Continue Reading
Time to focus on Micronutrients for kids!
Here is some ‘food for thought’ – it is time you put some thought on the food your little one consumes as a part of his/her daily diet. Food choices have a profound influence on your child’s health, and negligence can result in adverse outcomes, such as micronutrient deficiency.
In present times, micronutrient deficiency is a serious challenge to an infant’s mental and physical health. The deficiency is caused due to a lack of essential vitamins and minerals in your baby’s diet. Inadequate amounts of micronutrients weaken the immune system of a child … Continue Reading
Need of Mosquito repellents for kids and family
With a blink of an eye, our kids have grown from being infant to toddlers and preschoolers. And while all this, mama’s worries have been consistently changing and increasing day by day. Their activities have been taking drastic changes, their social circles are being developed, desires are changing. They’re becoming more receptive and those superhero stories are always their on their tongues and in their actions. And while all this we, as parents need to take extra care of them with respect to their health and hygiene.
With the changing weathers, environment, … Continue Reading
Importance of Life skills along with Basic Education
There is so much into our lives, once we become parents. Parenting is indeed a tough nut to crack, as our upbringing draws the future of our kids. Whether we regret or boast, it all depends upon the social and environmental factors we introduced our kids to. And thus to me, a mom of 3 year old child, what has mattered more in life are the Life skills – values, positive teachings, financial literacy, and creative learnings. To me these skills are more than attaining a Gold medal in Secondary.
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When you welcome a new member in your family, your home tends to become a potentially dangerous surrounding for him and his upbringing. You need to accept that your home isn’t going to be the same from now on, that it’s not just about you being comfortable anymore, but making it a safe place for your toddler. Of course, the first step is Baby proofing the nursery and the crib, but your toddler won’t spend the entire day in his bed, so you need to toddler-proof your entire home. Your youngest has a great urge to explore and … Continue Reading
Whether your baby was born with thick hair or not much at all, you are bound to notice some hair loss in the first few months of life. Postpartum Hair loss is a concern for many mama’s also. While it can cause a sense of panic for any parent, rest assured that it’s completely normal! If you’re worried about baby’s lack of hair, below are 10 ways to help grow luscious locks faster with natural remedies.
1. Aloe vera
Aloe vera is exceptionally beneficial for both your hair and skin, so it’s little wonder that it can be used to … Continue Reading
A test of Love, Do you allow your kids to eat Ice cream in Winters?
Well, It is the test of a parent to persuade a child to stay away from Ice cream. Be it in scorching summers or in the winters. And usually winters are associated with “No Ice creams”, but a glance at these parlours and kids go wild to get one. A strenuous situation is embraced, everyone in the family tries to explain, sometimes the explanation turns into yelling and scoldings also. But most of the times, all the struggle goes into vain and kids end up … Continue Reading
Home remedies for cough for Kids
Its difficult to not let kids catch cold but then be assured, its not un avoidable. Every season, every activity has its pros and cons and it pains a parent when kids suffer it out. I see every child suffering from cold, cough, fever, sore throat in nearly all seasons. In extreme winters, we blame the chilly breeze, In summers, we blame scorching sun and AC contrasts, In rains, we blame hot – humid-rains. But the actual situation is kids are losing their immunity. Compared to our parents or even our’s generation, today’s kids … Continue Reading