Here is a list of a few things that I feel are important to help my child succeed in school??? Its evident that the family’s involvement in young children’s education may contribute not only to a smooth transition to elementary school for children, but also for parents, by helping to prepare them for later involvement in their children’s learning.Read More
Decision – Take charge and write your own story. We often obsess over making the right decision. Did you wonder why? I believe that most of us assume that the universe would reward us for one decision and punish us for the other.Read More
After becoming a parent, most of us end up having quite a busy schedule on a daily basis. As a result skincare regime easily falls to the wayside.
With truck loads of responsibilities, we often find it difficult to carve out time for our skin.
What if I told you that with just a few minutes at hand you could achieve youthful, glowing skin?Read More
Want To know these magic parenting formulas? The moment I realized I was expecting my first child, I was determined to be a good mother just like any other woman. I always knew I wanted to do it the right way. Everyone around me showered me with their take on motherhood. I was in constant search for a magic parenting formula.Read More
Learn to say NO to collaborations!
I often come across people mentioning that Blogging has become a rat race ( I’m guilty of saying that too😆), but do we realise that it’s us who have made this wonderful platform a never-ending Competitive Race?Read More
When I spoke to #mybigmuffin and discussed this, she had just one thing to say – “Mama, we can do this’. She had a great confidence in her tone and I felt so proud of her.Read More
I breastfed my first child for 2 years and the second one for 1.6 years.
I was not worried about how the world would react to it, all I cared about was how I would judge myself for doing it.
I didn’t expect the note to do so much for my daughters. My only intention was to make them smile, in case they felt a little lonely at the new school.
This note did much more for us than that.
It made our girls realize that we were in this together.Read More
We don’t make our daughters say ‘Sorry’!
In this post you will find what we do instead.
Time and again I have seen and I’m too sure you must have too… a child runs past and almost knocks down another child, screaming an unapologetic ‘Sorry’ and runs off to continue playing.
Children are often taught to say ‘Sorry’ way before they are capable of feeling sorry for any of their actions. Does this sound familiar to you?Read More