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 you … Continue Reading
Hey Mama’s and Papa’s, Wishing kids a very Happy Children’s Day!!
Few months back, one of the parent in my kid’s school got a Spiderman figure for her son while dispersal and as an the icing, she got 2 for him. Wow, that came as a candid surprise to me, as I saw my 3yo hopping, to somehow take one from his senior friend. I know kids are possessive and so I had to somehow avert and persuade him so that we could return back home. Covering that 1km stretch was a nightmare as my son consistently jumped, cried, howled … 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
Innocent world of Kids and playzones!
Hey mama’s and Papa’s, I’m sure you would have been befuddled by the inquest of where to take kids during weekends or more so on holidays? The malls get really crowded and house goes boring as far as I feel, inspite that I engage so much creatively with my son. He loves doing his art, paper cuttings and more but that goes wonderful only for an hour or so. Gardens too seem to be just an hourly affair these days. So what next on the plate of these highly energized kids? They need a … 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
Essential Elements of a Nursery/Kids Room
Designing a nursery is one of the most exciting parts of becoming a parent! Choosing furniture and picking colors might not seem like a lot at first, but it means the world to the future parents who can’t wait for their newborn to arrive. Nevertheless, if you want your nursery to have that extra special feeling, you need to equip it with a few essentials, so here’s a quick guide to some of the most important items you must not forget. Get a glimpse of the baby milestones you would experience soon.
A crib/bed… Continue Reading
Hey lovely mama’s and papa’s, Diwali is back with a sense of great thrill, indulgence, fun, gifts, glitters and much more. And amongst all this, why not let the festive extravaganza spread all across our kids minds and hearts? Why not let us make this festive season more of fun and learning experience for our children, along with giving it an Eco friendly touch and sharing with them the significance of Diwali.
I’m sure, most of us would want to, but have been stuck just to trigger that beginning. So begin right here, with 10 amazing Learning cum fun … Continue Reading
Diwali story telling for Kids
Diwali is a festival of sheer Joy, devotion, fervour and indeed of dazzling lights. With all the alluring activities happening in the surroundings, it creates ample curiosities in the minds of our lil munchkins. And why not, festivals are the time when we can get our budding brains acquainted with the history, rich culture we have, in a fun and really impressive manner. Celebrating Eco Friendly Diwali is a charm in itself.
This festival, get your kids to know the significance of Diwali, what does the 5 days of Diwali means, as a festival and … Continue Reading
The tacky yet not so tacky world of Slime
Hey Mama’s, back again to the amazing world of sensory games for our children. One of the most loved play is with Slime.
- It oozes between your fingers when you pick it up, yet it doesn’t stick to your skin.
- It comes in a variety of colors.
- It can be made to glow in the dark.
- Amazing sensory play for all kids
5min Recipe to make slime at home for kids play :
There are numerous ways to make it, but the end result is always a cool concoction that can … Continue Reading
We didn’t even realize and yes, sensory play has been a part of all of us. Sensory play is nothing but any activity that stimulates the senses, may be sight, hearing, touch taste or smell. So doesn’t every activity that kids do, engage the senses in some way? Yes, it does, but today we are going to discuss about a more structured approach to engage kids in. Approach which encourages children to play, create and explore with sensory stimulations.
Sensory exploration is a child’s way of examining, discovering and making sense of the world. Sensory toys encourage open-ended, creative play, … Continue Reading