Category : Parenting

REARING HELPFUL CHILDREN- Blog post by Dipanweeta

Children of a very young age, even less than two years old, show helpful, generous, and kind behaviour especially towards mum, but towards others as well. It is also true that some children show more kindness and altruism than...

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Motherhood - The birth of a new Me!

Motherhood is a journey, with no destination. It is a complete package, just celebrate it.My son gave birth to me. Yes, a new me. I feel I have rediscovered myself, after his birth. Life was nothing, but just...

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THE PARENT AS TEACHER- Blog post by Dipanweeta

As a parent, we are called on to play many roles in our child's life. One of the most important is to create a loving and stimulating environment for our child. Another is to encourage in our child a good self-image, though we...

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Together we are

We hold each other's hands and smile.You're my creation and you motivate me to walk that extra mile.Dancing with you I learn new moves.To peppy numbers, together we groove.Life is music and music we love.Beautiful...

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Online education and its effect on kid's behavior #PinkDiscussions

The pandemic had definitely affected our lives, badly. But, it has been disastrous for our kids. Their playtime, education friends everything is hooked up online.  We asked our Pink Comrades  , how has the online...

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THE ENTANGLEMENT- Blog post by Dipanweeta

The entanglement of womanhood and motherhood are liberating. Women are socialized from their childhood to be future nurturers.For a woman, motherhood symbolizes womanhood. A woman's social status, dignity and...

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An invisible bond!

Siblings - It's not just a word but is a relationship which is a mixture of a father, a mother and a friend. It's an invisible bond which keeps us together even if we are physically apart. This relationship has it's thick...

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Ma, Enjoy my childhood!

“Mumma, don't worry! I'm going to be all right," said my 5-year-old before going on cycling independently. While sitting on a bench in the park, I was excited to watch him ride without the supporting wheels for the...

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Problems of an Indian daughter with her INDIAN Mother.

I am a mother but before being a mother, I was also a daughter of my mother. We as mothers have often complained about our problems in dealing with our daughters. Mothers try to find out a remote control...

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"Lesson from my little one" #RealIncidence

I: Don"t climb the stairs alone.He: Why I can"t? I am 3 years old now.A few days...

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