How to dress your child as a famous Indian personality this Republic Day
Last Republic Day, Lil H saw the flag hoisting for the first time and since then every time she spots the Indian flag she jumps with joy! While on last Independence Day my two and a half year old chatter box surprised us all by singing the National Anthem in our society function. One of the activities that you can do to teach our kids about India, it’s history and it’s constitution is by telling them about our freedom fighters and personalities who put India on the world map . So, in school or your society, this Republic Day dress up your child a personality, India is proud of and tell them their inspiring stories.
Mumma, can I have an ice cream today? No!
Mumma, I want to climb up on that swing. No, baby it’s too high.
Mumma, I will cut this paper on my own. No, Hiya… you won’t be able to!
Mumma, I want to… No!
Mumma…I. Hiya! No!
Is this a common scene in your home? You are not alone. This is a usual scene at my home too. In fact, as parents, I’m sure most of us use the word, ‘No’ more than any other in our vocabulary. But what else do we do to keep a tab on our little devils?! We say ‘No’ to protect them against so many dangers that they don’t even know about or in many cases willfully ignore!
Ever since I can remember, every time that I have thought of a solution to driving away mosquitoes – Goodknight is what has always come to mind. Over the years, Goodknight products have become synonymous to mosquito repellents in our homes. From the good old mats to their signature liquid vapouriser machines, I have used them all. Naturally, I have been itching to check out their new range of repellents that provide protection outdoors (pun not intended!).
Here’s my experience on Goodknight Patches & Fabric Roll-On, hope it helps!
My love for movies is no secret. I watch many, love some of them and there are a few that tug at my heartstrings. And Paddington – the charming story of a cute talking bear happily sits in the last category.