Handle toddler tantrums like a boss!

My little one is 22 months already. As she grows little more everyday, I am learning more and more from her. The most important lesson I learned from her is that, some overwhelming emotions could be delivered by subtle gestures and at the same time, even a simple emotion can be expressed by an exaggerated…

6 Important things you should teach your children before they turn 5

Education is very important for our children and there is no greater powerful tool to survive in this world than knowledge. The knowledge they gain from school, books and teachers can help them land in a decent job, establish a successful career and grow their bank balance but are we really focusing on what they…

What does your kid really want?

The first and foremost duty of a parent is to let the child understand and grasp the world by itself rather than forcing it to learn things that you already know. So what if your child knows the alphabets? Do you think this is your child’s greatest talent? The biggest mistake we do is, we…

Watch what your kids are watching!

It is so common these days to leave our kids alone with smart devices in order to have some time for ourselves. Though we know deep inside our hearts that it is not the right thing, we do it anyways because we do not have a choice. We cannot watch the kids all the time…

Plastic free July

To acknowledge plastic free July, I gifted my daughter an eco-friendly wooden train toy. Okay, now please don’t think that I am a mom that spoils her girl by showering her with expensive toys and stuff often just to make her feel good. I am totally against that idea and I believe that joy that…

Paint the pebbles – Toddler activity

I collected few beautiful pebbles, when we were on our trip to Erie, PA. Presque Isle State Park is the major attraction in that area and it has many beaches and every beach has something special for everyone. There are beaches for kids, teens, twenty somethings, romantic couples, fitness freaks, you name it! The experience…

Let them make messes!

I love it when my daughter is busy making a mess. Yes, you read it right! The knowledge they gain when they are allowed to make a mess is immense. She learnt to name the fruits and veggies by exploring the fridge and while grocery shopping. I don’t sit and teach with flash card and…