Month: November 2015

Healthy Diapering Habits During Winter

Healthy Diapering Habits During Winter

The winter months can be quite tough on your baby’s tender and delicate skin. The harsh winter air can damage baby’s skin and make it excessively dry and scaly. So, tending to baby’s skin and keeping it soft with moisturizers or baby/olive oil becomes all the more important. But, what most of us don’t realize…

Read More
Busting Adoption Myths in India

Busting Adoption Myths in India

The practice of adoption has been around for hundreds of years. In the past however, there was a huge stigma attached to this. In fact, until a few decades ago, child adoption used to be a hush-hush affair and reserved for couples who could not conceive. However, over the last couple of decades, much has…

Read More
Help Your Child Overcome Bedwetting

Help Your Child Overcome Bedwetting

Your five-year potty-trained child is fine by day, but still wets the bed at night.  You have reason enough to be concerned and worried, but it’s nothing really serious to lose sleep over. Though, technically, your child should have outgrown this problem by now, statistics show that about 15% of children still wet the bed at…

Read More
Instant Tomato Rasam – for Colds and Coughs

Instant Tomato Rasam – for Colds and Coughs

After nearly 10 days of incessant rains, we’ve had some respite for the last two days. The sky is clear, the sun is out and the air is crisp with a gentle nip. It’s the perfect weather  to laze around, snuggle in bed – with a book for company and something  spicy  to nibble.  But, on the…

Read More

8 Reasons to Eat Raisins During Pregnancy

One of the best things about being pregnant is that you get treated like a princess for nine months. But  the journey is not exactly a bed of roses! You’ll be compelled to make a lot of compromises that you won’t really be happy with. Then, whether you like it or not, you have to put up with a…

Read More