Why Speaking In Mother Tongue Is Not Of Primary Importance To Me As A Parent?

Communication with a child begins from a mother’s womb. Once the child is of the age of picking a language, he or she is more likely to pick a language that he or she hears the most. Sometimes when the child is exposed to multiple languages, either he picks few words from every language and... Continue Reading →

8 ways to overcome separation anxiety in children

I often come across mothers cribbing and complaining that their child is always clinging to them or is not ready to leave them and play on their own. This becomes a major issue when children start going to school. Children cry their lungs out, paranoid and frustrated parents and the distressed teachers-the story of every... Continue Reading →

Digital Parents –Top 5 things that technology cannot give our children

Parents today try to choose the easier way out. A child is troubling to eat, give him a phone and finish the job. You are busy with your work and your child is troubling, give him a phone or tab to make him quiet. Our children belong to a generation that can see, hear, think... Continue Reading →

What are those tags that make us weak under the pretext of being strong?

Recently an interesting article from a friend blogger made me think about “Woman Empowerment”, “Super Woman”, “Super Mom” and all these new fancy tags that we women enjoy being associated with these days. I too am often given this tag of super woman and super mom by my family and friends. For some reason it... Continue Reading →

Fearless in pursuit of what sets her soul on fire-a passion unmatched!

People love taking pictures with her when she is embarking on her journey. She generates curiosity in people wherever she goes. Children run behind her for long distances when she is passing those rural areas. The petrol pump guys have never ending questions for her on her journey. In those dashing and stunning protective gears... Continue Reading →

Because with you its always different!

I was not even 18. We were introduced to each other through a common friend while going for a friend’s birthday party. You had come to drop her for the same party. You looked dashing in black and something about you made me feel different. I must admit that I was kind of jealous that... Continue Reading →

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