How I adopted for Green Parenting

This blog is about how I adopted Sustainable Parenting for my Daughter.

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When small things matter

Now this is what every parent experiences. No matter how expensive toys or accessories you buy for your kids, it will be the most redundant scrap in your house that will attract your kid the most. As your child to pick up between a fancy toy and a plastic water bottle. Trust me majority of […]

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When she arrived….

9 months of a bumpy ride finally came to an end on April 27,2019. My second pregnancy was no less than a surprise as with bad pcod my previous gynaecologist had almost suggested IVF. But sometimes, destiny overtakes science and blesses you with miracles. Last September, when I came to my maiden house for Ganesh […]

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Dealing With Skin Allergies

Of late, whenever I took little S out to the garden, he would often return with rashes, particularly on his feet. Initially, I ignored it as mosquito bites and thought that it would go away after a couple of days. However, the mosquito bites started changing their colour. Though there was no pus but still […]

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Judging a child

The moment a child is born, we all become experts on parenting and consider ourselves next to God. “The Child is so fair, I wonder, what she ate during her pregnancy, the parents are dark, and how did the child turn so fair.” “The Child is so dark, I wonder, what went wrong, she had […]

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How I handled Speech Delay of my Child

My tiny tot, did not speak in sentences till the age of 2 years. Whereas other children around the same age, started to at least say a few words around the same time. It was tough for me to handle the constant questioning by people in and around on why he is not talking. (As […]

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Distractive Feeding – Yay or Nay

One of the toughest task of parenting is feeding your child. While, children tend to be moody, disruptive, full on energy and everything except attentive, while feeding them, it is a huge task for parents. Most of the times, in the exercise of running around, we end up loosing our temper and as a result, […]

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Today’s Cartoon

Well having a toddler at home means, you are forced to watch the channel that they want to watch (though the same rule barely applies to fathers). The priority to keep them engaged for a few moments is so high amongst mothers, that even a few hours of noise does not matter to us. A […]

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How to keep your toddler happy?

H Being a mother is an achievement and keeping your child happy, is another achievement. Toddlers can be the most unreasonable some times. You really have no idea, when their mood goes bonkers. They can demand the most ridiculous things at the most absurd times. What is the worst is, many a times, children tend […]

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How to prepare your children to handle criticism

While, everyone thinks being a blogger is cool, it is just about writing some random stuff, on an easily accessible mode called as the Internet. The reality is far from here. If you are a participant in any activity, then criticism will always accompany you. No matter, what you do, good or bad, the world […]

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Is someone stealing your child from you?

Saving Children from the Web – role of parents in reducing cyber crime. A 9 year old these days without a Mobile Phone or a Face book Account is termed as “uncool” by his friends. In the pressure to be a part of the peer group, a kid who generally doesn’t know how to separate […]

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Sleeping peacefully through the night

My son was born in 2014, October. I had quiet often heard from a lot of people before, that children often do not sleep through the night. Little did I know that I was going to experience the same soon. After sometime, we figured out different cries of my son, like his crying style was […]

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When parents turn Bullies

Well the title of this  blog may shock you a bit, but sometimes knowingly or unknowingly, the biggest bullies in a child’s life are his parents. Sometimes knowingly, and many a times unknowingly we bully our children. The basic duty of parents is to help make our kids, rough and tough for the world and […]

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Difference between comparison and setting a benchmark

Since Childhood, we are taught one thing, to always perform better than our cousins, friends, neighbors, distant relatives or just merely any person existing on this planet. In the process of comparing our children with other children, who may or may not be of the same age and capability, we are somewhere directly or indirectly, […]

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