A little helping hand

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As a mum of a toddler, I often find myself caught in a sort of limbo when it comes to what my daughter should and shouldn’t be doing at this age. Having just turned 3, she’s old enough to understand a great deal more than she did this time last year, but, at the same Read More…

Raising a confident child

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As a child and being the youngest one in the family I have always been treated as “under the shell” kid. I always wanted to break this chain. God has gifted me with two of my adorable darlings. I believe that “with every child there’s a birth of mother too!” but inside my heart I Read More…

Children…love them

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The hapless little fingers curled besides her tiny little body lying on the hospital bed. Her eyes closed peacefully… Whenever I get any news about another child abuse, this scene always resurfaces in front of my eyes. I too heard the news about ‘Baby Falak’ on that fateful day and her tragic story that shocked Read More…

Inspiring Mompreneurs – Interview with Aarti Bindra

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  Aarti is a mom of a teenager and an entrepreneur. She manages a wide range of businesses, which include her own learning center for children named “Faculty-Inspiring Talent” and family owned Information Security and Information Assurance business (ACPL Systems Pvt ltd.). Aarti is also developing apps focused on early learning years of kids, based on Read More…

Helping Children learn about Personal Safety

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  Children assume that all adults are nurturing, caring and loving towards them, because that is what they need and deserve. They least expect to be hurt, to be abused, and sadly when they are, they are not mature enough to understand the nature of it, though they know that it is nothing but hurtful. Read More…

Mom’s always there for you

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“I cannot attend to you right now, please wait for some time!” – I am sure I say this to my daughter several times a day. I am not sure how she comprehends it. But she usually shares everything she wants or needs to, even if I lend a deaf ear sometimes, so I am not worried. The reason Read More…

Kids Birthday Party Ideas

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As we get older, the thought of celebrating a birthday becomes something of a nightmare. Do we really want to celebrate another wrinkle, or another grey hair? No! Our kids, however, can think of nothing better than to be surrounded by their friends, eating cake, and opening presents. Little ones wait all year for this Read More…

Interview with Anamika Mukherjee, Book Author – Adopted Miracles

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India is one of the countries with largest number of orphaned children. Only a few of these children are adopted, and those who want to adopt are not well informed about the whole process of adoption and what it involves. Very few parents who adopt share their experiences, and even fewer write a book about Read More…

I would rather let my daughter have a voice

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I met few moms at a friend’s party. I met them for the first time. We were sitting together chatting in a group. One mom was praising one of the other moms in the group because her child (around 4 or 5 years old) sleeps on time, gets up on time, eats on time, does Read More…

Interview with Jaishree from StoryGhar

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Stories and storytelling time with friends and family build our fond childhood memories and it is indeed very special to all of us. This is an interview with a renowned storyteller, Jaishree, Founder at StoryGhar (facebook.com/StoryGhar), which is an educational venture that focuses on learning through storytelling. Jaishree shares her experience as a storyteller in this Read More…

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