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. Read more…

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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 Read more…

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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 Read more…

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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 Read more…

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Respectful parenting

Respectful Parenting – Child Development

During my research work for Gleeful-Parenting series, I stumbled upon ‘Respectful Parenting’. For me, this style of parenting is an immediate connection. I am groomed like an individual since childhood, parents have always given me the liberty to say my choice. They discussed and respected my ideas on things related to Read more…

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Questions all Parents must answer

We love our children – Yes, of course. We want a better future for our children – Yes. Are we following all the best parenting practices? Yes. Do we have control over our ambitions and temperament in front of children? Yes. Well, asking all these questions would be a cliche’. Times Read more…

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Parenting and Patience – GleefulParenting

You ask any parent, the first thing ‘parenting’ taught them; the answer would be – Patience. I am no different, parenthood taught me patience. The virtue I was badly lacking in my life. Being an impulsive and little rebellious my first reaction would always be a ‘jerk-reaction’. Family, and friends even partner pointed Read more…

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