Month: August 2015

The many benefits of olive oil for your baby and toddler

The many benefits of olive oil for your baby and toddler

Olive oil In India is not really a common household product because it’s a little too pricey and falls into the premium category. Also, extra virgin olive oil is primarily used for consumption. So, those who use it on a regular basis are either affluent or extremely health conscious – or both. There are some…

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6 clear signs your toddler is ready for potty-training

There are a lot of things that first time mothers are clueless about. Potty training, for instance is one such issue that leaves moms with a lot of question marks. Most often than not, we find ourselves worrying unnecessarily and running to the child specialist, after comparing notes with other mothers. My memories of potty…

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Spinach Pasta – The Classic White Pasta Drenched In The Goodness Of Spinach

Spinach Pasta – The Classic White Pasta Drenched In The Goodness Of Spinach

I am back with another recipe with spinach. Like I mentioned in one of my earlier posts, I have a great weakness for this green veggie and just can’t resist buying it when my eye spots a fresh bunch on the shelves. In fact, spinach features on our menu at least once a week. One…

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So what if your child is left handed?

When we discovered that my elder daughter was left-handed, we were a tad baffled. How could this be possible? Neither of us – my husband or me – was left-handed. Nor did it  run in the family.  Since left-handedness is closely associated to genetics, we found it a little strange. But then, we weren’t particularly…

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Top foods to increase breast milk

No matter how much you are prepared for motherhood and childbirth, there are many things that you are still clueless about, especially if it’s your first pregnancy experience. Breast feeding for instance leaves many new moms in a dilemma. What with advices flooding in from all directions, you’re never too sure which one to take…

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