Having a family, raising kids and being a mom are experiences that bring immense happiness. But just as everything comes in one big package, so does being a mom. Sometimes you feel such bursts of anger that it seems uncontrollable.
A growing kid is super-active and super-energetic. The body is undergoing a gradual transformation with billions of new cells, muscles and bones building inside. Hence the need for right nutrients and right food become critical.
Akrit Jaswal, the kid who performed a surgery at the tender age of 7; PriyanshiSomani, also called the human calculator - the youngest participant.
As a parent, I understand the importance of a resilient immunity system in kids.
A fit and healthy child can achieve wonders and a child’s immunity plays a crucial role in his or her success.
It is said that you are what you eat. Rather, what you eat today will shape how you live tomorrow. There is an indelible truth in every word of this statement. Immunity is perhaps the key factor that decides your health.
A couple of years back I remember hearing someone say that worry is second nature to mothers. At that point, though, I didn't really grasp the validity of the statement.
When we think of health, we think in terms of wellness and freedom from illness.
Cold and Cough season is amongst us, particularly with the monsoons going on (at least for those of you in the tropics), and all the post-diwali pollution.
Disciplining children is an important activity every parent is challenged with. Be it your 2-year-old child or a 12-year-old, discipline is extremely important to bring in peace and harmony into home.
When my little one started learning her first words- she rattled off "mom", "dad", "cow" and "apple", much to our joy.
I am constantly observing the way children react to situations, their behavior, their happiness quotient etc. Why? Because I am always questioning myself as a mom.
Being a parent isn’t easy. Forgetting that you’re one is even more difficult. Once a parent, you will always think, feel, assess, react, celebrate and even cook like one.
I did what I saw. I learned from other mothers around and thought that I need to protect my children from rain, cold, heat and any other thing that could harm them.
As parents, we are often required to say no to our children. And most of the time it is for a good reason.
Right from best of the crafts, food, birthday’s and education, I’ve tried to give my best to my son, right from his early days.
How saying NO affects kids – The other day I was looking at a video shared by a mom in our Mommy group.
Anyone who has followed my blog for any length of time knows that I never claim to be a great parent. For me, it is a journey of learning that helps me evolve both as a mother and as a person
Recently I saw a video about a social experiment conducted by ActivKids Immuno Boosters by Cipla.
Being a mom is no joke – especially, if it is your first child. I have always been unsure and skeptical about everything I do around him or let him do.
So, I recently came across a video that was talking about #YESmom challenge. I was very curious as I felt it meant what it stated so explicitly and I resonated with it.
Recently, I came across a video on social media that showed a social experiment where moms saw the effects of saying ‘no’ to their kids.
Some days ago, I received a video on WhatsApp. My daughter’s friend’s mom had shared it on our school WhatsApp group.
Recently I stumbled upon this video and like the mother in the video, it made me ask myself certain searching questions.
During the initial days of motherhood, I found a study that said that the average toddler hears the word 'NO' about 400 times a day!
Parenting is one thing that constantly puts me in a challenge mode. I am acting, re-evaluating and changing techniques in my head all the time.
I am a mom of two kids, and most of my friends are also moms, that means I come across the word “No” more than any other word.
As parents, I’m sure most of us use the word, ‘No’ more than any other in our vocabulary. But what else do we do to keep a tab on our little devils?!
Being a Blogger Mom who spends most of her time online, I hardly miss trending hashtags and online challenges related to my niche.
Do you think you have it in you to be a mom who says ‘Yes’? I didn’t, not until I reflected on a number of things to make it possible.
We’ve been traveling so much recently that all my latest blog posts are on travel tips.
Being a mother is something most women dream of, but only a few are prepared to deal with when motherhood hits them.
Parenting is an art that needs the mom (parent) to be patient and mindful of what you say and what you do.
It is a challenge to manage kids without uttering “no” at all times. But, here is something this mom found out.
It’s natural to say ‘No’ to your child often, because you are worried for her health. But is there a way to be a Yes Mom? Find out!
I’d say it’s a feeling, it’s a word that holds positive sentiments. Doesn’t it make you feel elated to hear it as a response?
It is always said that the foundation to anything has to be strong for long term benefits. The same holds true for our kids too when we are nurturing them in their growing years.