Top Reasons Why Moms Need Friends!

Top Reasons Why Moms Need Friends!

Moms make friends not just because it’s convenient, but because it’s essential to our health and happiness. You will find that different types of friends who will meet your needs in different ways. They don’t have to all be your most loyal, best friend. Sometimes, just a good play date partner is all you need in addition to your childhood best friend.

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Moms And Guilt – Can you separate the two?

Moms And Guilt – Can you separate the two?

Moms and Guilt, the relation between both is unbreakable “FEVICOL KA MAZBOOT JOD HAI” . Every one of us has a little or more guilt in us, but women have the most. And when a woman becomes a mother, the proportion of Guilt rises exponentially. Amongst the thousands of guilts that most moms have,here are 4 that are most common, and the ways you can get out of it!

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8 Funny Mommy Moments – Happy Mother’s Day!

8 Funny Mommy Moments – Happy Mother’s Day!

While most of the time a mother’s heart is swelling with love and pride for her offspring, there are enough instances of frustration and exasperation. And then there are some hilarious moments to relieve you of the stress at just the right moment! Can’t recall one of your own? Read on our list of funny mommyhood quotes collected from moms all over the world, and have a good laugh.

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Fruity, Yummy Recipes for Kids

Fruity, Yummy Recipes for Kids

Celebrate Diwali with these fruity, delicious, healthy and yummy recipes that kids can make by themselves. Cooking is sure to become a delight this Diwali for little munchkins. From washing the fruits to plating the dish, it is simple, engaging, colorful and exciting for kids.

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Celebrate wins, praise effort, and learn from failure

Celebrate wins, praise effort, and learn from failure

Image Source: https://www.mikemichalowicz.com Our society gives great importance to good academic performance and all parents wish their children perform well in academics. With the exam results out, media is abuzz with news about high performers. Congratulations to all those who performed well. Cheers to their success and wish them more success ahead. And the others, look to the future and try again! Parents – while you should celebrate a win, you should also help your child…

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Boredom Busting Road Trip Games for Kids

Boredom Busting Road Trip Games for Kids

But, road trips with your children don’t have to be difficult ordeals filled with repeated shouts of,”Are we there yet?” There are plenty of ways to make time in the car fun for both you and your child. Here are eight fun games to try the next time you’re on the road again. Your kids will love them, (these require no huge board games or toys that you have to lug around). The best part, most of them will take you down memory lane to your own childhood trips.

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How to Make Natural Colors for Holi at Home – A fun DIY

How to Make Natural Colors for Holi at Home – A fun DIY

Holi, the Festival of colours is here, and we bet that you can actually see and smell the excitement around you – in the colorful flowers blooming everywhere, the bright sun and the awesome weather that makes us all so cheerful! Holi is one of the oldest Hindu festivals. It marks the celebration of spring that says goodbye to winters. Earlier, Holi colors used to be made from flowers of ‘tesu’ or ‘palash’ tree and so, were called…

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16 TED Talks Every Parent Must Watch

16 TED Talks Every Parent Must Watch

Image Source:http://danielcoyle.com Parenting does not come with a manual, nor are parents graded on their parenting skills! Parenting styles evolve with generations and every parent needs to adapt to the change. Many parents, these days, see parenting as a complex task and get very anxious about whether they are doing it right. These TED Talks address some very crucial issues of parenting and child-rearing and are a must-watch for every parent. For parents, happiness is…

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Pink is for girls, and boys too! – A conversation with Ritu Vaishnav

Pink is for girls, and boys too! – A conversation with Ritu Vaishnav

Ritu Vaishnav’s Pink and Blue is an attempt by a mother to initiate a dialogue with her little one about gender stereotypes. It encourages kids to question these notions before they begin to shape their thinking and offers adults an opportunity to initiate this very necessary discussion. A discussion that needs to happen – it’s never too early, or too late! While we reviewed the book, there were some questions in our mind that we wanted to ask Ritu, and she agreed to answer them for us.

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