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All you need to know about Infant Cognitive development

Stop worrying about infant weight, let’s talk about Infant Cognitive Development –  Motherhood brings various challenges with it, some tricky and few outright trivial. Challenges from basic hunger need to the overall development of the child. The first six months of motherhood is exclusively dedicated to nutrition and breastfeeding. When the child outgrows of our […]

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Why is Exclusive Breastfeeding recommended?

The true Elixir of Health from Mother to Child – Breast Milk. Learn about exclusive breastfeeding baby. Social media is buzzing with exclusive breastfeeding baby posts and various activities around it. August is the national ‘breastfeeding awareness month’ focussed on – ‘What is best for your baby?’ Breastfeed is the true magic potion for babies. […]

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5 Ways to Boost Immune System in Children

Ways to Boost Immune System in Children – Monsoons bring change in weather, making colds and flu household names. Recently when daughter fell prey to seasonal flu, she had to miss on her school for a week. Kids get irritational, moody and weak with such bouts of seasonal sickness. Bitter medicines and home-brewed concoctions are […]

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5 Ideas to Engage Kids in Short School Breaks

5 Best ideas to Keep Kids Engaged during Short School Breaks! The onset of the second half academic year brings lots of short school breaks. Especially if you are based in Maharashtra, these small breaks can be extended for five days to a week long. Ganpati festival holidays, long weekends, Krishna Jayanti, Diwali vacation. Commencing […]

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Learnings from the First time Mom

Learning from the First time Mom – baby brain food and much more. Recently during a tele conversation with sister-in-law, I learned about her pregnancy. Such a happy and ecstatic news this was. I immediately switched to ‘do’s and don’ts mode’, without even realizing how irritating it gets for mom-to-be. She gets a heavy dose […]

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Equal Parenting – Much more than sharing responsibilities

Equal or shared parenting, the words which often describes the context. When parents equally distribute responsibilities and duties of parenting it becomes equally shared parenting. A relatively new concept in our society but definitely a game changer. We always had this debate on all forums, platforms that if parenting is a full-time job for mothers? Today […]

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Activities to Enhance Cognitive Development in children – An Early Beginning

Activities to Enhance Cognitive Development in children – An Early Beginning! Have you ever wondered why ‘peek-a-boo’ is all time favorite game of all generations? Or Guess what – riddle solving is best family playmate? Well, we shall surely talk about it later, but first things first. Why do we need to do activities to […]

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Gleeful Parenting – How to make food yummy again!

Gleeful Parenting – How to make food yummy again! Ask any mother, what is her first and biggest concern? The answer indisputably would be – Food and Child Nutrition. Meeting with friends or family invariably ends on discussing food habits of children. Messy eaters, picky eaters, are the most commonly used words while talking food […]

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A Zeal for Gleeful Parenting

‘An Enthusiastic Heart Finds OPPORTUNITIES Everywhere.’ – Paulo Coelho This is my last post in ‘Gleeful-Parenting’ series! We started with ‘A‘ and today it’s over-whelming writing the last alphabet – ‘Z‘. Over these 26 letters, I have learned many things and introspected through the journey of writing. It is funny how positivity leaves it’s marks […]

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What’s your X -Factor of Parenting?

What’s your X-Factor? We all have that one thing, which makes us proud of yourself and others, isn’t it? In marketing, we call it USP – Unique Selling Proposition. We all have this X-factor, however, at times take few attempts to realize it. Like for me I always had a flare towards writing, but never […]

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A Vision for Future – Embrace Change

‘Change is the Law of Nature’ – Embrace Children’s Vision for Future. We often find ourselves at crossroads with children when it comes to change. But can we stop the change; no we cannot and should not. Because change is inevitable. We try to contain change as per our convenience, but when it goes beyond […]

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