How to get your Child to Sleep?

Let’s face it, children are superhuman! They hardly get tired and always have the energy to play all night all day. That’s why putting them to bed is always a task! For a lot of parents, bedtime is a recurring nightmare. It seems strange that kids require much more sleep than adults do, yet many resist going to sleep with every fiber in their

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Ways To Deal With Anger As Parent

“A minute of being angry is sixty seconds worth of happiness lost” Let’s face it. Parenting is demanding. It is common knowledge that children are mischievous; however, they can get difficult to be around and in such situations, once in a while, parents may find it hard to control their irritation or anger. The constant screaming, calling out, need for attention – common behaviours

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Teaching your Child to be Independent

How proud will you feel as a parent when you watch your child clear off his toys after he finishes playing? Or when they wake up in the morning and makes their own bed? Isn’t it a beautiful sight when your child feels responsible for himself? Young children and the word ‘responsibility’ don’t often come off well. Well, adult years may seem light years away

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Encouraging Your Child To Eat Healthy

For every child, roadside or restaurant food will always be more favourable than home-cooked food. The extra effort restaurants put to make their food look good attracts kids easily, which makes home cooked or healthy food look meek. Creating an environment where your kids can make healthy nutritional choices is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure the health of

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Learn From Your Child

Parents play multiple roles in the life of a child, one being that of a teacher. No matter what kids learn in school, valuable life lessons, morals, values are instilled in them and taught to them by parents. No school, college, or institution can teach a child life lessons as taught by parents. But do you know, our children can be our teachers in

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How to cultivate empathy in a child?

Not surprisingly, this is one of the most common questions asked by parents. While parents do want their children to be academically intelligent, it is pleasing to note that most parents want their children to understand and value other’s perspectives & opinion just as they value their own. Agreed, it isn’t easy to teach this skill to young children, but it is never too

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Importance of Nap times for kids

We eat to stay strong. We drink to stay hydrated. We bathe to stay clean. And in the same way, we sleep to stay healthy. Yes! Sleep plays a very important role in our lives. When the phone runs out of juice, we charge it, and in the same way, when our bodies run out of energy, we sleep! When it comes to toddlers/infants,

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Igniting Imagination

“Creativity is intelligence having fun” – Albert Einstein Whenever your child comes up to you with his/her drawing and says, “Look ma! I made a house”, wouldn’t you be happy to see your child’s creativity? Yes, definitely you would be! Those moments when your child displays his/her creative side and you appreciate it, is something your child will cherish for life! Creativity is not

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Nurturing a Child’s Curiosity

  Let’s say we conduct an experiment. We place a painting made up of numerous colours in an empty room. In this room, enters one adult and one toddler. Chances are the adult will look at the painting and look away within one minute, not finding anything interesting in it. On the other hand, the toddler will stare at the colours, approach the painting,

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How stories play an important role in a Child’s Development

Swati Bhatt Have you ever given this a thought: How interesting would a child’s mind be?? Think, think.. Well, turns out very! Children have the most vivid imagination. They are new to the world and its way, hence their mind isn’t “polluted” and is surely isn’t cynical. They grasp knowledge in their own way. They come up with their own visuals & versions of

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