Baby’s Nutrition in the First Year

The nutrition of children in the initial years is a cause of disconcert for most new parents. As a new parent often we are perplexed about the introduction of food in the lives of our little one. However our instincts and knowledge undergoes improvement with time as we learn that with each child their is something … Continue reading Baby’s Nutrition in the First Year


Are you too harsh on your kids?

As a woman sometimes we do feel we have got the bigger brunt of the marriage. As it is some are performing a juggling act between work and home and vice versa. Often in our life we have a source of stress ... which could exist in the form of a deadline as in most … Continue reading Are you too harsh on your kids?

Helping raise secure children

The world of today is constantly undergoing deep shifts. Our support systems are undergoing dynamic changes too. So it is for our children. In today's world we as parents are the most important support and probably the primary support system of our children. Insecurities are age old and does not take time to seep in. It is … Continue reading Helping raise secure children

Why living in the remote suburb could be your best bet?

Well you are finally ready to invest in your dream home .  Buying a home commands ample contemplation and decision-making as it is huge investment and for most people can not be remedied or redressed once taken.  In most of the developed world buying a home in the City is a rather unaffordable affair, not to … Continue reading Why living in the remote suburb could be your best bet?

Namesake: A book Review

The Namesake is the second book written by Jhumpa Lahiri who was born to  Bengali Hindu parents who had emigrated to the United Kingdom and herself was born in London. After two years of her life her family had shifted to America , her ties with India came from the visits which her parents often took to … Continue reading Namesake: A book Review

..Bordering on Depression

Mother's Mental Health #3 Mother's mental health should be the collective responsibility of the society. Is there sufficient awareness about the things that could go wrong?  Is the state working in symbiosis with its different sections in the society . One of the important  component of the society being the womenfolk and their mental health. … Continue reading ..Bordering on Depression

Promoting healthy eating habits in toddlers #2

                            Mum, Take it easy! How many times we as parents are stressing upon what our children are eating or not ? Many a times some of us mothers tend to feel unhappy simply because our children did not eat what we provided them or as much as we thought they would. Do you constantly compare … Continue reading Promoting healthy eating habits in toddlers #2

Promoting healthy eating habits in toddlers #1

  The Anatomy of the Fussy Eater I believe that parents need to make nutrition education a priority in their home environment. It’s crucial for good health and longevity to instill in your children sound eating habits from an early age.” — Cat Cora (American chef celebrity ) As parents we are the first educators and guides … Continue reading Promoting healthy eating habits in toddlers #1

Are you suffering from Parental Discrimination?

Scenario One On May 28 2015 , Canadian Celebrity Sarah Blackwood was removed from the  United Airlines plane for having an overly noisy kid, who also happened to be pregnant at the time. Scenario Two A blogger and new mum Arielle Charnas was asked to move to the back of the plane from the first class … Continue reading Are you suffering from Parental Discrimination?

Homemaker heading towards burnout…

Mothers Mental Health#2 As an expat living  Down Under , I can tell through experience that quiet a number of us are missing the much needed family support. Being in charge of a family entails a need for handling never-ending responsibilities and laborious tasks. If it was only about you , it would be really … Continue reading Homemaker heading towards burnout…