We have recently moved into a new home. A typical Mumbai apartment amidst a concrete jungle. Besides the living room, the other two rooms are taken over by adults, which means the kiddo has no place to call her own. As per Mumbai standards, there’s nothing new in that. But my four year old is used to playing on an open terrace of our previous home. So, how do I turn this house into a ‘home’ that’s inviting and engages my kid, was the question that I had to find an answer for!
Setting: Dining table laid with healthy food, while your kid is eagerly waiting to dig into it.
Mummy: Baby, food is here! Let’s eat.
Kid: Wow mummy! I love this. Slurrp!
Voila! Food finished!
Trrrriiinnngg Trriiiinnngg! It’s wake up time mummy! Dream over!
Honestly speaking, making kids eat everything that you make, that too in a jiffy is stuff that dreams are made of. At least for me. Yes, I’m blessed with a fussy and picky eater. She can throw every possible tantrum to avoid food. So, as a mom I have to be smart enough to keep experimenting with my recipes and ingredients and hide as much nutrition as I can in my child’s diet. I’m sure all you moms would relate to this everyday struggle. And I’m also sure that even you must be having your own tricks to fool these little monsters into eating all the nutrients laden food that you make.
If you check out my twitter timeline. you would know that I was recently invited to a cook along session organised by Hershey’s, where celebrated chef Rakhee Vaswani whipped up some smart magic using Hershey’s syrups to give a yummy twist to otherwise boring recipes. Wanna know what did we make to create #EverydayHappinessWithHersheys.
Check them out the Hershey’s recipes here… Continue reading Make boring recipes yummy with Hershey’s Syrups and Chef Rakhee
Zeroing upon the right school for your child can be a daunting task for the parents. After all, young minds require the right kind of stimulation that facilitates imagination, discovery and learning. And Koco Kids, an all new preschool in Santacruz, promises all that and much more.
Join us for a tour inside Koco Kids… Continue reading Santacruz gets a new playbased pre-school: Koco Kids
Ever since H has started learning alphabets, she has showed keen interest in spelling and writing her name. In fact, for her, H doesn’t stand for horse or house but for Hiyashaa. She was so excited to know that even her name has a place in alphabets. Every time she spotted H, she would shout “H for Hiyashaa!” with pride and happiness. Although I didn’t encourage her into writing alphabets so early considering the tender muscles of her hands, but definitely decided to teach her how to spell her name. Soon, I had a happy girl, who was thoroughly enjoying showing off her skills at spelling her name… H I Y A S H A A!