Dear Children

As a part of the #MyMotherMyHero campaign, TCT invited one of their favorite bloggers to contribute. Here is a beautiful piece by Sandra from A Mommas View. An emotional letter from a mother to her children. Each and every word has been handcrafted with motherly emotions, love, and warmth..Read on to dive deep into the ocean of infinite love..

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Kids had a gala time at the 5th edition of Krackerjack Karnival’2015

TCT takes you through the pictures of the lovely Krackerjack Karnival that was recently held at Gurgaon! Brat H had a gala time. Check out how much fun he had! Krackerjack Karnival saw lots of happy and cheerful faces as kids and their parents enjoyed their share of activities, which were both fun and educational.

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Get ready for two days of fun & frolic with the 5th edition of the Krackerjack Karnival

Spring is in the air, and so is India’s biggest kids festival – the Krackerjack Karnival. Entering its 5th edition, India’s largest event dedicated to kids and families is bringing two full days of fun and euphoria to Epicenter, Gurgaon, from 18 to 19 April, 2015.

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Childhood nostalgia

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.

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Does childhood care=day care center?

Selecting a Day Care Center for your child can be quite a task. As a parent, I would be looking at 3 things when deciding on the right day care center for my LO: (i) my baby’s safety (ii) the environment it is offering to the child, and (iii) Is the Day Care Center contributing to my child’s social, physical and intellectual development. Last year, a friend was looking at a childcare facility for her baby and she wasn’t sure whether a nanny would do justice. My friend was getting back to work after a sabbatical of a year. She and her husband had decided that life has to go on and a full-time job was more than just a necessity for her to go back to a proper working exposure.

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5 Parenting practices falling flat

There are some common parenting practices followed in nearly every home. These practices are supported by the premises that they have been followed over generations and hence now these form the invincible part of the parents’ DNA. Based on my observations in my family and around, I have come up with 5 such practices which the parents exercise with their children and how they fall flat on their face.

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