FREE Printable Worksheets – Match the Shapes Activity

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 →

My Chance Acquaintances: Real Queens who Fix Each Other’s Crowns

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 →

Online Education or Homeschooling for a two-and-a-half year old – How to decide?

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 →

My baby, my sunshine

It’s been a year and a half since I was blessed with a baby girl. She’s the sunshine in my life.Yes, it’s not easy being a first-time mom at the age of forty while dealing with a debilitating chronic illness, but not a day has passed that she hasn’t made me smile and laugh with... Continue Reading →

Monkey Puzzle / Where’s My Mom – Children’s Story Book Review

CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEW Monkey Puzzle Book Book: Monkey Puzzle (known as Where’s My Mom in the US)By: Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler 2-year-old Mishika’s rating: ❤❤❤❤❤This is one of her favourite books. I would totally recommend it. The book is about a little monkey who can’t find its mom and a cute butterfly helps out.... Continue Reading →

About Mom and Ideas

Mom & Ideas is the brainchild of a mom who had her first baby at the age of forty. Planning a baby, a dream since long, was a big decision for a woman suffering from fibromyalgia. It meant going off all the medicines and treatments for over a year before planning, being able to manage... Continue Reading →

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