15 Classic Old School Parenting Rules That Are Still Relevant – Specially in This COVID-19 Pandemic Time!

Hello Folks, So it’s been more than a month since the last post on our travel experience in COVID. There is still no respite in pandemic situation but we are happy to be home with family. Vritima is happier than ever to spend time with both maternal and paternal family members; and we couldn’t be …

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Treating Neonatal Jaundice with Phototherapy & Sunlight

Important Note: Speak to your midwife or GP if your baby develops jaundice. They’ll be able to assess whether treatment is needed. Hello Folks, When babies are born, they normally develop mild Jaundice symptoms, which is quiet normal. Jaundice is a common and usually harmless condition in newborn babies that causes yellowing of the skin …

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Parenting is equal responsibility of a father & mother.

Imperfect Daddy – Why from Father’s Point of View?

There is no black & white definition of right or wrong parenting. Every parent is the best version of their own self and give their best to raise their kids. In majority households in India, parenting is directly associated with mother’s responsibility.  That is how it has been followed culturally and traditionally from decades and centuries. Times are changing now, and parenting is no longer just a mother’s job, fathers are also taking equal responsibility and interest. However, what is saddening is the double standards and hypocrisy of the society when husbands take a lead or involve themselves in parenting duties.

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Be Self-Dependent

Help Your Kids Become #ATMANIRBHAR

  It has been more than 60 days we are in the COVID-19 lockdown situation; and we have survived both, the pandemic and the new normal routine with managing work, home and kids, so far. On one hand, this lockdown is a good opportunity to spend time with family, to sit back & introspect and adjust to the new routing, whereas on the other side, sometimes things around you are absolute chaos and the home becomes a war-zone, especially when the kids add more misery to an already piling list of household chores.

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Of All My Titles, I Like MOM The Best – “Happy Mother’s Day!”

         Mother – a word that is so often taken for granted and sometimes even neglected, but a mother is someone whose place nobody can take in your life. The process of raising children is extremely complicated and hard; and mothers deserve all the praise and accolades they receive. While we appreciate the efforts and sacrifices …

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