Parenting Tips

July 25, 2017

How To Choose The Perfect Film For Your Child

July 21, 2017
Liberating

Liberating new working mothers – with quality Childcare Support

We speak of women’s empowerment and emancipation, but do we care about new mothers who are forced to quit rewarding careers to rear a child? Being at stay-at-home mother does not define womanhood. A modern, professionally qualified woman needs to realise her own career aspirations and reclaim her unique identity as well. And she can only do it when she finds a support system to help her work guilt free. A place where her child is in caring, professional hands, in a safe, healthy environment, away from home.   As […]
July 21, 2017
child care centres

Child abuse and a six-point check list for child care centres

An alternative school in Mumbai has been in the news for an alleged case of molestation of a three-year-old child. In Bangalore, a similar incident with a six-year-old child in a reputed school resulted in the arrest of the Principal. Every time such incidents are reported, it puts the spotlight on ‘good touch and bad touch’ and the role of Child Care centres and schools in dealing with it. Any responsible and professionally managed Child Care centre or Play School will introduce the concept of good touch or bad touch […]
July 20, 2017

The Need for Gender Sensitisation In The Workplace

We speak of women’s empowerment and emancipation, but do we care about new mothers who are forced to quit rewarding careers to rear a child? Being at stay-at-home mother does not define womanhood. A modern, professionally qualified woman needs to realise her own career aspirations and reclaim her unique identity as well. And she can only do it when she finds a support system to help her work guilt free. A place where her child is in caring, professional hands, in a safe, healthy environment, away from home. As per […]
July 20, 2017
Good Day Care

How to opt for a Good DayCare

“I still remember the first day when I stood outside the classroom and wept my heart out, thinking what she would probably go through, as to how would she take it, how would she be treated? This was her first exposure to the outside world”. And that’s how Dr K Neelima, mother of Saishta Anand, shares her first day experience of sending her toddler to KLAY, one of the largest DayCare and Playschool chains of India. Neelima is not the only one to feel the pangs of anxiety. Most women […]
July 20, 2017
Dealing with your child's

Dealing with your child’s temper tantrums

Beating Monday blues, two-and-half year old Megha’s parents had a harrowing time reaching their respective workplace navigating through rush hour traffic. They had left their child with her grandparents and was looking forward to the evening when they would meet their intelligent and mature toddler who was pretty self-sufficient. But every time they returned from office, they observed Megha behaving in a strange manner —- cranky and stubborn, especially with her mother around. She cried till her parents were forced to do what she asked for. She even refused at […]
May 29, 2017
Birthday Party Games for Children

10 Birthday Party Games for Children

Every parent wants their child to have the best birthday and the biggest draw at every child’s party are the games. Throwing a birthday party is an exciting prospect, right from thinking of unique party themes, renting bouncy castles to employing magicians to entertain the crowd. Let’s face it – everyone loves parties. Believe it or not, the children do too. Each person has their own idea of a party but a common factor in all the ideas must include – fun. Parents often find themselves confounded about what to […]
May 22, 2017
Say no to instant soup

Say No To Instant Soups. Here Are 5 Easy and Quick Soup Recipes For Children

When it comes to getting children to eat vegetables, every parent knows that the struggle is real! Our little ones seem programmed to not eating certain vegetables, no matter what. So how do you ensure your little one gets the required nutrition from vegetables? The answer is simple, super parents! Soup. Not only is soup good for every kind of soul, it is easy to make, fun to eat, and packs a nutritional punch. So when your child is having a particularly fussy day food-wise, or you don’t have too […]
May 19, 2017
Meal plan for a one year old

Meal Plan For a One Year Old

Your little one has turned one! That means she is at a stage where she is old enough to start eating solid food, but still loves her baby food. And you, being a super parent, are constantly asking yourself, “Is this good for my child?” Remember, food habits are developed in the earlier stages of life. If you would like your little ones to get used to a healthy lifestyle, now is the time to introduce them to healthy food. They are being introduced to “adult” food for the first […]