Month: July 2015

It’s ok to be a mean mom!

It’s ok to be a mean mom!

Most kids think their parents are the meanest and most horrible on the face of this earth. Well, I know this for a fact, because my daughters have said it to me several times! Initially, I used to be very upset and distressed over their harsh statements. Many a times, I have cried behind closed…

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Thick and creamy spinach soup – a quick ‘n’ easy ‘anytime’ dish!

I have a weakness for leafy greens. Spinach tops the list, followed a close second by fenugreek leaves and coriander. I try and sneak them into as many preparations as possible so that my children derive the best nutritional value out of them. So when I go veggie shopping, my eyes are always prying for…

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Tips to encourage good posture in children

Have you noticed that the present generation of children spend a majority of their time sitting in front of their devices or books or watching TV. Most often, they’re seen slouching or slumping in awkward positions.  This kind of posture can affect the child’s health in the long run as a result of neck and…

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Tips to choose the right toothbrush for your toddler

With so many varieties of toothbrushes available on the shelves today, choosing the right one for your toddler can be a daunting task. Unfortunately parents often give scant importance to picking the right brush for their little one.  The fancy ones – in the shape of your kid’s favourite Disney character – may look really…

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Should you worry if your child is lisping?

Should you worry if your child is lisping?

When your tiny tot begins to talk, it’s a whole bunch of babble and gibberish. As she grows and attempts to talk more, her speech becomes clearer. By the age of two, when she’s talking nineteen-to-the-dozen, her speech clarity has improved by leaps and bounds, yet it’s not all that perfect. Like most children of…

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