Either we have experienced ourselves or we have witnessed the challenges of teenage parenting.
Parenting is a funny word. It’s funny because no one really knows what it really means. To some, it could mean strict while to others it could mean permissive or neglectful.
Now that school has started, life is a whirlwind all over. Not just for the kids – but for moms too.
There are many high points of being a parent, but one single challenge that all parents face is how to talk so your kids listen.
Just in case if you are wondering where to meet your favorite Indian celebrities, then here is the answer!
Are you one of those pretty-Facebook-moms who posts about her baby’s meal and poop on daily basis, or the one who is busy Instagram-ing a happy-family.
Parents often use a one-size-fits-all approach with their children. Here is what I think. You might not agree with my thoughts, but do give this post a gentle read.
Just when I was getting adjusted to a ‘splendid’ life with my little one and as soon as he turned two, I had a desperate need to have another one.
For a long time, parents across different cultures have used “Fear” as a tool to instill discipline and obedience amongst the children.
From seeking admission in the best possible school to getting good grades to choosing the right career path, parents and kids these days are under tremendous pressure.
When I raise my child, the responsibility of it all overwhelms me. The fact that I am not raising just my son, but a friend, a co-worker, a brother, a husband and a father is huge.
Human beings are a complex web of emotions; love, happiness, sadness, etc. are part and parcel of our everyday life.
“But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.” These were the wise words spoken by the legendary English author and journalist George Orwell, and he couldn’t be more right.
Sometime back while in Surat, an incident happened with me, and it has stuck with me till now. It will stay with me forever I think. While trying to cross a street, a small kid, about 5-6 years of age, came and asked me.
Learn how to say no to your child without actually making them feel that you are REALLY saying NO!
Food, mostly is more than just a nutritional need. It is also a deeply sensory experience. We all enjoy fine dining and uplifting gastronomic experiences.
It’s funny that the most cliched phrases are “to be honest” and “honestly speaking” and we don’t even know what honesty means.
Raising children can be a task. Positive parenting can really help shape the future of our kids. Here are 6 motivational quotes on how to raise a child!
The 2nd-year-birthday-celebration was a low key affair and Prince George as always was in his favorite mood. Yes! The cutest ever 🙂
Crib-sleeping vs. co-sleeping..What does your baby prefer? Are there any tips to improve your baby’s sleeping habits? Let’s find out..
TCT brings to you 11 amazingly hilarious and super funny pictures from the childhood days! Take a look at them for a good laugh. We all love our childhood pictures. Going through them is indeed a lot of fun.
TCT wishes you all a very Happy Siblings Day! My brother, Manik is 7 years younger than me, but he has been a friend all through. There are days and weeks and months of no interaction, however, one look at him, after all, those days of missing action (or drama so to speak) comes back!
Teach your child to not be afraid of being different. Being different means to be original. By being original, one gets to put something wonderful in the world that didn’t exist before. To be able to introduce something unique in this world gives him a sense of confidence.
Let’s take a trip down the memory lane. Shall we? I am in love with the 80’s and the 90’s 😉 The most wonderful time of my childhood was enjoyed in the grandeur of the transition period! Those born around then or grew up in the sepia printed 80’s or the retro maniac 90’s enjoyed the simplicity of the 70’s and they also happened to get a sneak preview of the modern millennium.
Take a look at how we played Holi- the festival of colors! The colors were 100%organic and we had so much fun! Besides, the sun came shining on us after a REALLY long time! Brat H had a lot of fun and this time his cousin joined in to celebrate too..
This time, Ace joined us and we all had some wicked time have heaps of fun! You are most welcome to be a part of this fun party!
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on January 11, 2015 Mom and Brat H are feeling really funny today. Check out how.. Join in and have a bit of fun with us. To be continued… You might also like:
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on January 6, 2015 ‘Hug it out’ means a lot to me and here is hoping that instead of holding yourself guilty for something that wasn’t completely your fault, you might want to do the same! Mom and Brat H have been unwell for the past few days. We have got cold…
As I see you all posting ‘the year it was’ with the lovely pictures of the beautiful holidays you took, those crazy parties you attended, the dances that rocked the floor, the weddings you gate-crashed and the wines you tasted, the men and women you met and dated, the dresses you flaunted.
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on December 25, 2014 Little Santa is finally here. Take a look at how he chose the winner. Congratulations to our lucky winner! Your exciting gift hamper will reach you soon. You might also like: