Category : Culture & Education

#GENDER #PinkTales

A boy or a girl, I wonder! How it differ? Both are equally capable of anything. Both are equally important for the survival of your species. Girls are no less than boys in any way or in any measure. Having girl child is pride equitably...

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Siblings Special

8 o'clock in the evening.'Twas getting late for her to get back from the tuitions. 'Twas early for him to reach his buddy's late-night party.The age-old siblings-special gender-bias continues...

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Genderless Home

While the brother sweeps the floor the sister fixes the bulb. The father cooks and the mother attends her meeting. The...

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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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#Myparentingtip "Be You" "Be Real'

There is no such thing as a perfect parent. So just be a real one.                                                             --Sue...

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#MY PARENTING TIPS

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 the child. Another is to monitor his or her healthy development. Yet another is...

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Listen to your heart. Parent your way. #tips to parenting

Parenting is not science they say.I agree. Maaaannnn!!Parenting...

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Listen to your Heart, listen to your child #weeklyblogprompt...

When those two pink lines wrap you in myriad hues, the array of emotions binds you in multitude of feelings placing you in a spot you never imagined yourself."I am going to be a mother"! This thought is enough...

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You Know Your Child Best #Blog Prompt

'Parenting is the easiest thing in the world to have an opinion about, but the hardest thing in the world to do - Matt Walsh.'Isn't the above statement cent percent true? We can find our nosy...

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Parenting without strategy!! #My Parenting tip

Parenting is bliss we all say but do we ever realise that we take this bliss so seriously that it turned out to be baggage of responsibilities and somewhere we lose the charm of being a happy parent. Isn't it? I've been the same...

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