Category: Parenting

Dining out with kids – When to start

Dining out with the kids and the trick that helped me get started.Dining out with the kids can be overwhelming for most parents and since I keep getting queries related to this I thought of sharing about our journey. In this post I have shared how it all began for us.

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Body positive kids could be the game changer

One of the most important tasks as a parent is to model and nurture healthy self esteem in our children. It does take a lot of time and care to help a child adopt the habit of body positivity. It won’t be an easy feat, and I must warn you to be ready to be bombarded with some tough questions that have extremely tough answers.
Read this post to know how I work towards immunising my daughters against poor body image.

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Self love is the key

Self love is the key to being a happy mother.
Don’t be too hard on yourself to become a better parent.The world around you changes overnight after you become a parent. A baby doesn’t just fill your life with new responsibilities but also influences your sleep, daily schedule, your diet and most importantly the amount of time you spend in the washroom. Read this post to know how I fell in love with myself all over again.

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Feed your Child’s Brain

When I say feed your child’s brain, you really are technically feeding the brain first.
Even though genes play a significant role in determining a child’s intelligence, research shows us that nutrition also plays an important in developing intellectual capabilities during formative years.
Today I would be talking about food that would not only promote good health, but would also give your child the best possible nutrients for his brain to concentrate, remember and think clearly.

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Trick to limit Screen Time – Free Printable

Trick to limit Screen Time – Our little Secret. With the motive to limit Screen Time I started following this simple trick. Bonus: Happier kids. I let my daughters sit in front of the computer or any other gadget, that’s because I choose to teach my girls how to balance spending time in front of a gadget in a healthy way in their life. Check this post to know what is it that we are doing differently.

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Casio Mini Keyboard- Bringing families together since Decades

When it came to introducing music to my girls, I knew that Casio Mini Keyboard would be the best choice.

I wanted to recreate memories with this cool instrument that holds a special place in my heart.

For the happy nappy brigade – dancing, singing and making music comes very naturally. Musical activities also have a unique way of distracting and changing your little ones mood.
Check out why you must introduce your child to some musical instrument.

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A letter to the younger me on my first day to college

Dear 18 year old Preetjyot,
Hang in there girl, I have a big secret to share with you. Something that could change your life forever. I’m your future self and I took special power from the Momsteins to send you this letter to let you know what you are getting into.
It’s your first day in college and I know you are pretty nervous, so I thought I will let you know that this new phase is going to be the most rocking one.

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Incrementally challenging toys could make your child Smarter 

I’m a firm believer of learning through play.
It’s highly believed that quite a less number of kids are born with mathematical talent, while the rest don’t have the ability to succeed at a higher level. Cognitive science has lately proven this myth to be wrong.
Human brain isn’t hardwired. It continues to develop throughout one’s life. Incremental learning could help in the emergence of new abilities. Check out my post to read about some awesome benefits of incremental challenging toys.

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A crazy letter to Santa from a crazy mother | a letter that all mothers wish they could write

Here’s a crazy letter to Santa from a crazy mother | a letter that all mothers wish they could write
I write this letter to you hiding in my secret hideout place (my awesome W.C. in the washroom), the lights are shut (so my girls wouldn’t know I’m in her), and my phone’s torch is being used along with my daughter’s crayon that I just smuggled out of her precious crayon box.

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