The world today requires more than ever for humans to be kind, empathetic and compassionate. Teaching these to the future citizens of the world should be one of the fundamental duties of the parents.
Children are like clean slate. What is taught to them from an early age, remains etched in their minds forever, even when they reach adulthood.
Getting angry or aggressive is all a part of human behavior and psyche, so kids getting aggressive is not something out of the league.
Potty training of the toddlers or preschoolers is the most challenging task of parenthood.
Who does not like a mela? Especially when it comes to children, the answer would be none. Dettol, with an innovative idea to help children keep hygiene, used melas to a great effect.
Before baby happened my favorite thing to do on weekends was to check out new restaurants in town. We loved eating out! Fine dining on special occasions.
Just because you have young children in tow doesn’t mean you have to fear eating out at a nice restaurant. Sure, kids can sometimes be unruly at mealtimes and they can make eating out less than relaxing for everyone in the dining room.
Even today, after so many years of passing out of school, I remember my teachers with fondness.
There is the reverberating sound of the Nashik dhol all around you. Everywhere you look, you’ll see a Ganesha idol either on its way to the mandap or already placed on the pedestal.
So, you get a call from your child’s school complaining about his behavior. That’s not uncommon, is it?
I may be contrary, even weird, but shopping is not my idea of fun at the best of times. Shopping with children is its own special kind of hell.
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.
Importance of telling the truth is an essential practice. Some of these truths may not be pleasant but I just want my child to know them anyway!
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.
A few days back, while I was out to have an ice cream with my nephew, I experienced something strange. Very strange! We were standing at the counter and he was trying to decide which flavor to have.
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.
The Champa Tree’s food for thought: Teach your children to question. “Don’t just teach your children to read.”
So, here I am, back again with my highchair. Only, this time, I would like to talk about a few models currently available in the market and why I highly recommend a few of them to you.
TCT brings to you top 5 easy tips for teaching table manners to your kids. Take a look at them and practice as much as you can! It was a good decision to get Brat H used to a high chair. At around 8 months, we introduced a chair in his life. Although I still feel that it was a bit late, but anyway, better late than never. 🙂