Latest Trends for Pregnancy 2016

October 7, 2016 at 10:06 am by Rajpriya Das  0

Pregnancy and motherhood has a long lineage in the history of womanhood and has undergone multiple changes over time. Its no more about ‘nine months in the sartorial wilderness’, contemporary women want a hassle free pregnancy since many of them are working professionals and happen to work for a considerable time period before going on a

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8 Top Childhood Accidents Needs to Be Avoided at All Cost

August 21, 2016 at 8:00 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Home accidents account for 58% of all the accidental deaths in kids under the age of 5 years. where falls are responsible for nearly 40% of the accidents, burns are seen as an uncommon cause accounting for about 3% of the fatalities only. 40,000 under 5-year-old-s are admitted to the hospital every year due to

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The Beneficial Effects of Father-child Bedtime Routines

August 14, 2016 at 8:01 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Traditionally, raising children has been considered to be a “woman’s job”. Right from the time the baby is conceived to the time when he becomes comfortable handling his own chores himself, it is the mother who takes on the role as a nurturer and feeds, changes, baths and soothes the babies. Moms are seen to

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The Art Of Saying A Positive ‘NO’

August 3, 2016 at 10:58 pm by Abhilasha Dey  0

No is a negative word, be it for you yourselves parents or your child. the word ‘No’ brings disappointment but it’s true that the first step in disciplining your toddler is to get him to accept ‘no’, because accepting a no means saying ‘no’ to oneself. This is much work because before this they haven’t

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Things You Should Never do for Your Kids

July 17, 2016 at 7:56 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

As a parent, especially being a new parent is an exciting emotion and brings with its many responsibilities. Whether you desire to be a lenient or a strict parent; a giver or a scolder a disciplined or a loose parent and much more. However, being too permissive or overbearing can have an incredibly detrimental effect on

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Best Ways to Keep Your Toddler Occupied

July 13, 2016 at 8:30 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

The toddler is a child aged between 1 to 3 years which is the crucial time for him to develop emotionally, cognitively, and socially. Therefore, keeping your kid engaged in any sort of activity will one way or another help him grow and learn to occupy himself with creative activities and enhance his memory as

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The Pros and Cons of Having an Only Child

June 21, 2016 at 9:46 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Owing to the current dynamics of changing social and personal relations, a rise in the number of parents opting for an only child is prevalent. With both working parents, it is difficult to manage the cost of childcare which often becomes an issue later in life. The percentage of divorce rate hovering at 50% leaves

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9 Signs You Are Spoiling Your Toddler

June 16, 2016 at 8:20 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Parenting is an art and you need to carry it out delicately and consciously. You might not know when you are holding back from your kids and when you are overdoing it. You need to guide your children balancing both the above-mentioned aspects. Afraid as a parent, of spoiling your kids? Unfortunately, it’s your child

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10 Things No One Will Tell You About Breastfeeding

May 26, 2016 at 11:30 pm by Debapriya Bhatta  0

Being a parent is a daunting task in itself, and being a mother surely intensifies the panicked anticipations by tenfold. While you conjure possible itineraries to make sure your baby gets the best care, knowing everything about your changing body should feature on the top of that list. You may have read every book on

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7 Things Every New Father Should Know

May 24, 2016 at 10:25 pm by Debapriya Bhatta  2

Fatherhood is a new experience, a new adventure, and like every other exhilarating endeavors out there, it comes with its own set of difficulties. And thus, even though it is quite not the easiest job, yet is a revelation that you cannot afford to miss for anything in a lifetime. Watching your kid grow from

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