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!
With winters in full bloom in most parts of the country, cold, cough and flu are common among kids. Blame it to the changing weather or to a child’s low immunity, it’s quite normal to find your child sneezing suddenly. Whatever may be the reason for the illness, tending to an unwell kid is the toughest job for a mother. Blocked nose, congestion and bouts of cough that keep them awake during nights can be very taxing for kid and mom. However, you would be surprised to know that the usually hated winters are actually the best time to work on immunity as this is the season when the nature is ready to nurture us. The digestive system is strong in this season and loads of immunity boosting foods come during this period. Continue reading Must-try tips to boost your child’s immunity this winter
Entry of a child can change the entire equation of a family. Once carefree couple suddenly turns into responsible parents and every small decision in the house starts and ends with the child’s comfort and safety – then be it planning a holiday or buying a new car!
How to make sure your car is safe for your child? Read ahead to know…
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I lost my father pretty early in life. While I had just finished graduation, my sister was still in class 12th when our world came tumbling down with his sudden demise. It would have been impossible for my homemaker mother to support our dreams and steer our futures the way we had envisioned with dad, if they had not done their homework well. I am proud of my parents, who planned their finances not only for our futures but also for unforeseen unfortunate emergencies. Though we lost the anchor to our lives in him, but never ever we had to compromise on our education for the lack of finances. Our education was always on the top of his priority list and he made sure we get it no matter what. He always had his savings in place and we were happy studying in India.