10 tricks to help children relieve Ear pain while in airplane

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How to lessen the ear pain while in aeroplane

Airplanes and the mystery of ear pain

Hey friends, I’m back with  some amazing travel memories which shall be posted on our Travel blog . One thing which pinched me some times before with my 3year old kid was the “Ear Pain” he suffered for small duration while the airplane takes off and while landing. There were some tricks I applied, which for sure reduced the pain to some level and he did not create a panic for those moments this time. I’m sure everyone of us have been experiencing these ear pains, but handling small kids while ascend and Continue Reading

Importance of Proteins : The Protein Week

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The Protein week by IDA and PFNDAIRecently I got a chance to attend an event which aimed to create an awareness on the Importance of Protein for the development. It laid special emphasis on the protein requirements of a pregnant women, growing child and even we adults. This made such an impact that I’m attuned to share a series of posts stating the “Protein importance” and why we need to change our dietary patterns to have a healthy body in coming weeks.

Reason to announce,

“The Protein week” by IDA (Indian Dietetic Association) supported by Protein Foods Nutrition Development Association of India (PFNDAI) was :

  • Observance
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Is Play school necessary?

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When to start playschool or kindergarten

Is Play school necessary? 

What is the right age for Play School?

As a child grows, we as parents get concerned to be the “best”in all the upcoming phases, be it feeding, or downloading mannerisms or even when it comes to schooling. But there are two school of thoughts when it comes to admitting a child into the play school. I see many parents getting confused on what is the right age for Play school? Ah, let me clear here, I’m not talking of formal school, rather the Kindergarten or Play school as a beginner for a child.

I still … Continue Reading

Fine motor Skills activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

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Motor Development in kids

Lot of us are unaware of small daily life activities which help toddlers to Pre-schoolers in their Fine Motor skills Development. Rather we are not even aware of what is Fine motor development & how it impacts our child’s development.

What is Fine Motor Skill?

Fine motor skill involves the coordination of small muscles, mainly hands, fingers, with eyes and brain. It is basically learning to synchronize the things out at a time. The importance of development of Fine motor skills can be understood from the fact that they have a big impact on Intellect & Human development. When an … Continue Reading

Does baby talk help in Child Development?

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Is baby talk good for toddlers development?

What exactly is Baby talk?

Parents and we adults, have had a thought from centuries that the best way to communicate with a baby is via baby talk. This gives a feel of being more innocent, immature, loving, which is very close to what babies are. Speaking slowly with some rhyming in between, varying the voice tones to attract a child seems to be okay to see a responsive & excited baby. But using not so common and strange words, developing un-real words sounding & ending with “yy” or similar may not be the best manner to communicate with your Continue Reading

10 tips for Speech Development in Children

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Speech Development in children

There has been time and again researches on the Speech Development for kids less than 3/4years. And with every research, it is coming out firmly that the use of wide variety of vocabulary is so important for a kid to start speaking & later enhance his spoken skills. For this, parents have to  talk more and more with their kids, so that they become more receptive & communicative. They need to link common words with their images. Remember, Images have a better capture in brain than the written or spoken phrases. And, so let me share some of the activities Continue Reading

5 Best Backyard cum Indoor Games for Kids

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Interesting and fun filled games for kids of 3-6years !

The life of metros has made most of us to keep our kids indoors. The fight between allowing an outdoor play vs keeping kids protected inside has been increasing regularly in the minds & hearts of parents. Some allow their kids to have an outdoor feel only on weekends. But is this really good for kid? If I were to say, then Socially & emotionally, it is not good. But yes to me also, safety & security comes first for our precious kids. And hence it gave me a chance Continue Reading

5 Qualities I want to impart to my child early!

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Qualities must for my child

Must Qualities to impart to a child!

The world is manipulative, I find a swarm of narcissists all the time I walk in my life! But despite that what is elemental to me are some close cooperative friends and family who have made living life, a beautiful phenomenon. Being optimistic & full of gratitude is what I learnt from my parents & somehow life prompted me to continue the same qualities and attitude till day. It fills up my life with happiness, boosts my energies, calms me down and helps me cherish this fascinating life.

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Food Art : Easy way to make kids eat!

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Fascinating Food art!

Food art : Easy way to let kids eat nutritional food

Kids hate eating food especially those green veggies, isn’t it? And we parents being creative, try to woo our kids by hook or crook to get their hands on healthy meals. It is a constant fight of every household I see. Further, my lil one had started his play school recently few months back. So I wanted to make something really interesting for him after a tiring school time (now Summer camps) to let him know my happiness to see him back. And that’s when one day I planned to go compelling with the nutritious foods Continue Reading

13 tips to deal with Preschool Separation Anxiety

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SSP pick

It was really a tough time for me to settle up my kid in his preschool, which happened not just once but twice since we had to change his school.. It was an overflow of emotions both at my & my child’s end but it left me slowly with so much of learning that I wanted all mamma’s in this phase to get into an easy settling. Separation anxiety is heartbreaking!

Getting out of the cozy mamma – papa – babysitter- home atmosphere is the most dramatic moment of a preschoolers life. It is indeed stressful & a big event Continue Reading