Books by Ruskin Bond

Ruskin Bond Books for School Going Children

Ruskin Bond books are timeless and the best picks during this time of disharmony when our minds yearn to be free from stress. Our Guest blogger, Ekta Kubba, an ardent Ruskin Bond fan, has shared some of the best books of Ruskin Bond. The digital world and progressions in technology have altered the way of life. Undoubtedly, it has made students’ life more competitive and … Continue reading Ruskin Bond Books for School Going Children

SIGNIFICANCE OF GOOD SCHOOL MANNERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD

Good school manners are something that children imbibe from their teachers, friends and peers. And it these manners stay with them for their lifetime – they become their lives’ building blocks. We always want to give the best to our children, but being a parent is not an easy job. Amidst this Covid-19 pandemic, we have noticed that our kids are becoming stubborn and rigid, … Continue reading SIGNIFICANCE OF GOOD SCHOOL MANNERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD

Recommended storybooks for kids in English (3- 10 years)

Recommended storybooks for kids in English (3- 10 years)

Dr. Seuss, a well-known writer and illustrator of the story for kids in English, once said, “You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax all you need is a book!” That’s one of the best definitions of books we have come by in recent times. Indeed, such is the magical experience of reading! By introducing your kids to the hobby of reading, you … Continue reading Recommended storybooks for kids in English (3- 10 years)

Baby On A Vacation

12 Tips For Travelling With Your Infants (less than 1 year of age)

Most often, new parents get skeptical when it comes to travelling with infants. They get overwhelmed about the preparations to be taken and worry whether their babies will fall ill while on vacation. And after COVID-19, this fear has become more predominant in them. We have shared a few tips that will help you to have a relaxing vacation even while traveling with a baby. … Continue reading 12 Tips For Travelling With Your Infants (less than 1 year of age)

Work life balance

Tips For Work From Home (The New Edge) Moms

The article was written in the pre-COVID era only for the work-from-home mom. But, we have updated the work from home tips to suit the new normal life of most of the parents. In the pre-COVID era, the work-from-home moms had the option of sending their kids to the daycare. But, now things have changed and in the new normal life, even daycare activities are … Continue reading Tips For Work From Home (The New Edge) Moms

Household Activities for Kids to Keep them Engaged

Is there any safe and household activity for kids; how to keep kids busy are questions that often asked. So, today, we have shared some simple household activities to keep kids engaged and help in their overall development. When COVID-19 stuck, along with the multiple uncertainties, another concern that cropped up in front of us was keeping kids busy at home. Regardless of their age, … Continue reading Household Activities for Kids to Keep them Engaged

Encourage your kid to read

Let’s encourage our kids to read

My kid runs away the moment I take out a book. My child jumps up with excitement when he sees a book. My child loves stories but doesn’t read. I am sure most of us would want to choose Option B – the dream-like situation! However, it’s ok if your child turns the botty towards you the moment you take out a book or starts … Continue reading Let’s encourage our kids to read

Sad Dad Syndrome – Postpartum Depression In the fathers

Postpartum depressions in mothers is now an accepted fact – not saying that society still deals with it absolute positivity. But, at least, new mothers belonging to the so-called educated community don’t feel shy or guilty because of postpartum depression. However, not much is discussed about the emotional aspects of a man who become a new father. Why so? The fathers are humans too! According … Continue reading Sad Dad Syndrome – Postpartum Depression In the fathers

Challenges of a new dad

Post-partum, tips for handling work life balance, etc. – we have often discussed some of the challenges a new mother faces. But we hardly talk about the challenges a new dad faces – Does a baby brings no changes in a new father’s life? Fathers are, after all, humans, too, and they also play a principal role in their child’s life respectively. According to an … Continue reading Challenges of a new dad

Parents walking with baby

My Friend Became A Mother (Part 2) – Postpartum Challenges

Continued from Part 1… Once we settled down with the coffee mugs, Nikhil happily took charge of the baby, giving us enough space to empty our hearts. Seeing me looking at her imploringly, she smirked and casually remarked, “I am loosing my sanity. It’s like I am dealing with a hurricane of very conflicting emotions! And very soon I might end up in an asylum, … Continue reading My Friend Became A Mother (Part 2) – Postpartum Challenges