Hearing loss in children: An inspirational story of a winner in real life!

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Hearing awareness in Kids | All about hearing loss in kids!

#Hearingmatters For those kids who suffer hearing loss in their early start of life. Something every parent of a child with hearing loss must know. #mustread #hearingloss #kidsdisability

The life of a blogger is indeed challenging, yet rewarding. And, I was really happy to opt for an activity wherein I was to meet an amazingly admirable child who was detected with complete “sensorineural hearing loss” in both her ears, when she was barely few months old.

Every parent gets his/her child tested for long farsightedness but it’s very rare that parents get their children tested for hearing loss in the early months of their lives. Hearing loss is often not taken seriously or rather not understood clearly

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World Theatre Day : Importance of Theatre and Drama for kids

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 Importance of Theatre and Drama for kids

World Theatre Day is on 27th March and let’s rejoice it unfolding its importance!

“We all must do theatre to find out who we are and to discover who we could become  – Augusto Boal”

This World Theatre Day on 27th march, we are sharing with you the Importance of Theatre and Drama for kids, how do they contribute in the holistic development of a child #worldtheatreday #drama #forkids #theatre #dramaforkids

Theatre or drama is rather an unexplored territory when it comes to kids. It is more so considered only for youth who wish to make their career into filming, theatre, music and dance. Thinking theatre usually gives a feel, unfolding of an evening full of exquisite drama, which takes away us from the realities of life and delves … Continue Reading

5 nutritious Winter foods for li’l fussy eaters!

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Hey mama’s, winters are on their peak, somewhere its snowy, somewhere its foggy. But the best part of the day is when there is some sunlight to soak ourselves and get vitamin D. I still remember those school days, wherein we just used to laze around in the sun with cozy thin blankets, at times reading thrilling novels and at times relishing winter delicacies straight out of mama’s casserole.

Though the roles have reversed and I’m a mama now, I do intend to savour some of those winter delicacies to my pre- schooler child. But, the kids are so picky, … Continue Reading