So Mishika, like me, has a sweet tooth. In the beginning, it was a little difficult to try various healthy snacking options for a two-year-old. But we all learn in time. As my daughter approaches her third birthday in November 2021, I have become quite a pro in experimenting with snacks that take little time… Continue Reading →
Help your child understand and enjoy basic shapes with these Match the Shapes Activity FREE Printable Worksheets. These are four sheets in all with 10 shapes in all. Two of these sheets have different coloured shapes and two are with all shapes in the same colour. So you can proceed as per the difficulty level… Continue Reading →
Sometimes, you have Chance Acquaintances with some women. You meet them once or maybe twice in your life. You are in a common online group and barely in touch. All you know are their names, profession and important recent milestones of their life. You have those ocassional birthday wishes exchanges on the group created long… Continue Reading →
Mom of a special needs child talks about acceptance and staying strong: Aparna Nayak Interview – Part 2
This post is second in the series of our conversation with Aparna Nayak, mom to a teenage daughter with special needs . If you missed the first part, please read it here. Continuing with our questions in this second part of the interview: How do you help yourself stay strong? Well, that’s a difficult one… Continue Reading →
Love festivals, art and craft? Here’s your chance to share your doodle and craft ideas with the world!Inviting entries for WORLD FESTIVALS CRAFT & DOODLE CONTEST The contest is open to all Kids and Parents (why not, moms and dads, right?). You can pick any festival you love from any part of the world and… Continue Reading →
Being a mom of a toddler, I really enjoyed this book by Andi Webb. This is the second book by the author and is about his fatherhood journey as his babies became toddlers and preschoolers! The previous book was about the difficulties the gay couple faced in bringing the surrogate kids home. Thirteen Moons More… Continue Reading →
Meet Aparna Nayak, a woman who dons multiple hats while juggling between different roles of a mother, a daughter and a wife. She is a mom to a teenage daughter with special needs whose caring takes up most of her time. To unwind, she manages to listen to music, paint, and read and review books. She… Continue Reading →
This is a guest post by Aryssa, a family coach who works with parents and kids. It may not feel like a big deal to you but it’s a big deal for me! Child: I fell over in school today and hurt myself.Parent: Oh really, these things happen, it’s not a big deal. Now what… Continue Reading →
NO. NO. NO. NO. Is this the current favourite word of your toddler? Especially, when it comes to meals! My toddler is 2 years and 9 months old (at the time of this post) and she uses this two-letter power word the most from her decent vocabulary. Ah, how happy I was when I got… Continue Reading →
With schools closed in India for over a year now and schooling restricted to online education, it is getting tougher for parents to plan the academic year for kids, especially for toddlers and little kids. Oh how I started researching schools and boards even before I tested positive for pregnancy in March 2017! Exactly one… Continue Reading →
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