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!
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!
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My tiny-miny H turned 3 years old this week! “I’m a big girl now,” is what she says. And this big girl wanted a ‘Dora’ party this year. Soon, this excited mommy started planning the ‘Dora the Explorer’ party. All this might sound over the top to many, but I find immense joy in all the madness associated with ideating, planning and watching all the efforts coming together into an evening full of fun, laughter and happy faces!
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.
Before I begin the tutorial for making these fridge magnets, I would like to thank each one of you who stopped by to have a look at Baby H’s First Tooth Party and showered your love on my new blog. 🙂
Here goes my Thank You dance for all of you!