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Why you should also read paperbacks to your kids?

If you have been following us and surfing through our website, you would have known that my toddler boy and I absolutely adore books. We introduced books to him when he was 18-20 months old. We took him to the bookstores and kept browsing for books, while he got to touch the books and explored them. Serious reading started few months later and he was introduced to a variety of picture books. What I realized was that most of the… Read More

Egg Shell Cracking and Slicing Activities

I must have been 10 or 12 years when I cracked the first egg for my omelets. As a child I always thought that eggs were to be handled by adults. Oh boy, how wrong was I. My little ones tryst with eggs began when he was 18 months old and he is more of a pro now. We do have our hit and misses, nevertheless he generally does a clean job 🙂 I decided to take it to the… Read More

How to prepare your toddler for a new baby?

If you have been following this blog, you must have noticed that we welcomed a cute bundle of Joy a month back. In this post, I wanted to talk of how you could prepare your toddler to make the entire episode a happy one. It is such an awesome news that the family will grow, but it is quiet overwhelming and challenging for your toddler. Here are some tips that we used that kind of eased or transitioned our toddler… Read More

8 Ideas for Montessori Pre-Reading Activities

Learning to read is not a race while there is so much emphasis on phonics these days. The child has to be ready before they start reading on their own, if not it leads to frustration. Pre-reading activities or reading readiness is like a warm-up before you start exercising. I have a curated list of free printables which you can directly download from the websites. Montessori explains that the sensitive period for language is from 0-6. Reading aloud books and… Read More

A Happy Positive C-Section Birth Story

It’s been two weeks since I had a newborn.  I wanted to share my positive C-section story with you all. C-section and happy positive in the same sentence? Well, I did have one 🙂 Three years back when I was pregnant with my first born, all the pregnancy books I read spoke about vaginal birth (vaginal birth only). I was so confident that I would have a vaginal birth and C-section was not the word for me. I assumed and… Read More

My Parenting Goals to Make Life Better in 2017

2016 was a busy year for me.  The blog turned into an ecommerce website and since then things have been too hectic. And then I got pregnant. My positive parenting went for a toss every now and then with my toddler clinging on to my legs or him stuck to me in the name of breastfeeding. Blame it on my hormones 🙂 We all strive to be better parents every day, don’t we?  So do I.No matter how hard my… Read More

100 Activities/Books – One at a Time

Lately I have been kind of distracted from preparing learning activities for my son . I have very little time to spend alone with my son and I do not want to miss this golden period with him. Most certainly want to go back to the good old days (when I started this blog) doing simple activities at home every day. Those activities kept him busy and helped in his learning process. We have been having more screen time these… Read More

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein Book Review

The Giving Tree Unconditional love!! When I was a little girl, I heard this story for the first time in a church sermon along with my dad. And I remember my dad telling me the same story one night. But he told me something more to the story I heard. He told me that parents would give everything they have to their kids without expecting anything back in return just to see their kids happy. It didn’t make much sense… Read More

Why you shouldn’t compare yourself with another Facebook mom?

Comparing yourself with another Facebook mom!! May I say please don’t? Are you one of those Facebook moms who spends quality time in FB checking your feed and ‘like’ pictures of friends’ kids? Or worse, you are part of some fabulous mom groups and get to see overwhelming ‘perfect’ posts and makes you feel guilty that you aren’t doing enough for your child ? I have news for you, you are not alone. Yes, parenting is tough(don’t remember anyone saying… Read More

To moms who shop : One child does not need it all !!!!

Hello lovely moms!! What are you guys upto? Life is so busy  at my end and I am trying to juggle many things with just a pair of hands and an energetic toddler who keeps me busy every free moment I could find. Uff… life of a  mom isn’t it? Despite my hectic life, I wanted to write this post. Nah, this post isn’t about me or my toddler. So pull up a chair and grab a cup of coffee…. Read More

Montessori Inspired Tea Making and Why is it an Important Milestone?

Howa you? While I was establishing my brand and putting in my time to give my business a head start, the blog has been silent for some time. Meanwhile at home, we have reached huge milestones and we are back after our summer vacation 🙂 Regular classes have started and so you could see us more active on the blog again. Today, we did practice one of the most important life skills. Tea Making !! Yayy 🙂 The classic Montessori… Read More

Recommended Book List for Toddlers and Preschoolers

I have always been an avid reader and I also read while I nursed my son. Probably he took it from me; he was so interested in books than his cars or Lego blocks. When we started to have limited screen time after he turned two, there were on and off periods of reading. And to wean him off the screen time, we went back to the books. And it worked liked a charm. This morning, I saw him cuddle… Read More

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