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Tag: positive parenting

Do you believe in Gender Neutral Parenting?

Gender Neutral Parenting ?

[The days have changed so much, you know, I love pink shirts for my son! And I’m so happy that Gender neutrality is seeking attention in India. Mumma! As we turned to see, her 5year old boy fell from the bicycle and hurt himself, crying vociferously. We all rushed to pamper him. “You are a strong boy, my child, it will all be fine in few minutes..Sob..sob! Why are you crying like a girl? See everyone is looking at you.” That child looks around feeling ashamed and hugs his mom!]

Silence, a deep silence struck me. … Continue Reading

Let your child make mistakes : Failure is must for success

Why Letting Your Child Make Mistakes is the Best Thing You Can Do For Them?

You want your child to be happy, healthy and safe. No doubt about it! And yet, those are the exact same reasons why it can feel so hard to let go and allow your little one to make their own decisions and allow them to make mistakes.

Helicopter parenting might make you feel good and give you peace of mind, but it can actually work against your child’s development and their ability to make good decisions. Sometimes you have to let them decide for themselves Continue Reading

Effective Ways to Teach Your Child Respect

Inculcating Respect in children

In order to live harmoniously in modern society, a person must have respect. We are all taught to respect other people and be polite in their company, which is a basic social standard and while we may have the very best of intentions, your own behaviour can encourage disrespectfulness in your child. Ask any child expert and they’ll tell you that children pay far more attention to what you do than what you say, and should you scold a waitress or speak your mind where you shouldn’t, you are, in fact, being disrespectful. For those who Continue Reading

Understanding and raising your Introvert Child and personality

Understanding Introvert Child and personality

It’s a world applauding the gregarious people, promoting and giving opportunities to the extrovert’s. We as parents have seen the same system right from our glorious childhood. Be it schools, who promote kids who speak up and involve in group participations, or be it professional life, wherein the out-spoken climbs up the ladder. Or be it our society, who values people who speak up and bond with a larger community more. To a certain extent, this reality has woven us with the terms as “social child” , “friendly child”, “participative kid”, but what about children Continue Reading

I’m Bored, Is that your child says? Boredom is the great for your child

Boredom leads to #creativity “Imagination is more important than Knowledge ” – Albert Einstein

And you know what, the cure for Boredom is curiosity! Dr.Vanessa Lapointe, an author, parenting expert, and registered psychologist, has to say “Children need to sit in their own boredom for the world to become quiet enough that they can hear themselves. It is only when we are surrounded by nothing that something comes alive on the inside.”

Are our kids getting Bored? Are we allowing boredom to children?

I'm bored, is that your child says too often? Boredom the best thing you as a parent should feel. Boredom os something which develops creativity and imagination #boredom #childcreativity #creative #childdevelopment #passion #downtime #unstructuredplay

Summers are the best time, times, when we are surrounded by so many “Summer Camps”, to structure … Continue Reading

Dolphin Parenting : Interview with Dr. Shimi Kang!

Dolphin Parenting : Real Life Parenting tips from Dr. Shimi Kang!

Few days back, we had discussed about raising the “Future Fit” children and the importance of CQ (Consciousness Quotient) in raising up children in 21st century. It laid emphasis on chucking out the Authoritative Tiger /Submissive Jellyfish parenting and adopting for the “Dolphin Parenting“, to make our kids more resilient, aware, full of life skills and firm believer of experiential learning.

And today, we’re proud to host “Dr. Shimi Kang on our blog, an award-winning Harvard-trained medical doctor, and expert on the science of human

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6 ways to foster creativity in children

Its time to nurture creativity in kids. Best ways to foster creativity in children #creativity #imagination #fostercreativity #positiveparenting #creativechild #development #lego #freeplay

How to develop Creativity in a child! 

When we hear “Creativity”, what actually pops out of our minds? Do we relate to all time great artists like Michaelangelo, Picasso or some mind boggling musicians as Madonna , Mozart or think of the fantasies of Rudyard Kipling , J.K Rowling, which made reading all the more amazing during childhood? Perhaps, we observe creativity as a very far sighted word with the belief that it is an innate quality and all of us cannot achieve that. We rather forget to see that “CREATIVITY” inside us and our kids.

Creativity is not rare, … Continue Reading

Being a Dolphin Parent : Parenting in 21st Century

Parenting the Dolphin Way : Being a Dolphin parent!

We're in 21st century & need to blend Dolphin parenting in our lives. Read what Dr. Shimi Kang, TedX speaker & Harvard trained doctor has to say. #dolphinparent #DrShimikang #parentinghacks #parentingwin #parentingtips #newageparent #mustread

Parenting has become a lot more challenging, full of all twists and turns. Sometimes the road seems to be full of pricky thorns and at times they seem to be rosy. Digitization is spreading its roots deeper and deeper, lifestyle changes are being hastened, and all this gamut has prompted a new side to the current day parenting. Though, being a parent, we are always doing our best, but we lose the track, when that best takes the form of being “Over protective”. Then we’re forced to see our Continue Reading

World Theatre Day : Importance of Theatre and Drama for kids

 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

How to help kids if they are being bullied!

Helping Kids who are being bullied! STOP Child Bullying!

In our continuation of the Child Bullying series, we’ve already dealt into the basics of why a child bullies, what its symptoms are and how to STOP Child bullying . Now comes the other side of the coin, when we see our kids as a “victim” of child bullying. We can really help other kids also, if they are undergoing such a rough patch. But for this, what we need to know are the signs to know that a child is the being bullied and the need to initiate the Continue Reading

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I'm not hungry mama, Is that your child says always? Here are some ways to help you improve the appetite of your child with good healthy and nutritious foods and small changes in routine. #appetite #hungry #weightgain #childgrowth #growth #development #nutritional #goodfoods #ironfoods #zincfoods
Cerebral Palsy is a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain injury or malformation that occurs while the child’s brain is under development. Cerebral palsy affects the  muscle tone, movement (voluntary and involuntary), and motor skills (coordination). Lend a helping hand for one such child Viraat to help him with advanced therapies. #helpchild #cerebralpalsy #neurologicaldisorder
Do you have an Introvert child and are you an extrovert parent? Introversion is a personality trait and rejoice this trait. Work towards developing self confidence in an introvert child, read on to know and help your introvert child excel. #introvert #extrovert #introvertchild #parenting #positiveparenting #parentingwin #motherhood
With the surge of social media, depression and anxiety is surging in women and affecting mental health. Did you knew that women are 2-3 times more susceptible towards depression and anxiety? Read why and signs associated with these mental illness. #mentalillness #mentalhealth #depression #anxiety #suicide #selfharm #women
Best Story books teaching Moral values to kids , story books for toddlers, preschoolers and KG. Best story books teaching life lessons for kids #storybooks #moralvalues #lifelessons #forkids #kidsbooks #bestbooks
Singapore is indeed a fun place for kids. In this post we share with you the places which are a must for kids to enjoy at Singapore with family. #singapore #singaporetravel #travelwithkids #singaporezoo #gardensbythebay #sentosa #universalstudious #familytrip #jurongbirdpark #museum #pulauubinisland