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What Helped Me To Remain Calm During Pandemic Fear

March 31, 2020

At the beginning of February, I was planning for 15 days of a family vacation and a few little trips to a weaver’s cluster to expand my category list. Little did I know, that everything around me will change, and we all will get isolated in our homes, with minimal exposure to the outside world. […]

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Ultimate List of Picture Books to Read to your Toddler

I have been reading books to Noa for more than three years. I have read her almost 500-600 books and to come up with 10-15 books for a toddler was a difficult task. Hence, I decided to write a separate post for board books and picture books. Every book has something to offer and you […]

12 Picture Books to Read to your Toddler

March 13, 2020

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The Ultimate List of Board Books for Young Baby

March 8, 2020

From the last three years, reading a storybook is our favourite bedtime routine. Every day without a fail, Noa gets her favourite books and snuggles close to me in bed. Her eyes will twinkle the moment I pick Blue Kangaroo and starts reading while she rests her head on my arm.  And after some time, […]

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We, as parents, are physically present in our kids’ lives, but emotionally unavailable. How many of us give undivided or positive attention to our infant and toddler, while playing or spending time with them? Positive attention is a simple act of love and the way we respond to our child with warmth and enthusiasm. It […]

How to Find More Time For Your Kid And Be Less Distracted

February 28, 2020

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Zero Waste: Step Closer to Sustainability

February 27, 2020

One day while organising my studio, I came across a pile of unused fabrics. I didn’t know what to do however, I was sure I wouldn’t waste. I put those to good use by making table runner and patchwork quilt. I hope you will understand the creator’s pain if you relate to a given hypothetical […]

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While growing up with grandparents, every night before going to bed was storytime for us. We used to wait eagerly for our day to end, all snuggled up in bed waiting for our grandfather to tell an “imaginative story”.  Stories were a very special part of our bedtime routine until our early teen. Starting reading […]

Toddler Storytime: Reading aloud to baby helps build stronger relationship

February 26, 2020

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Journey to Motherhood: A Note to New Mother

February 25, 2020

Is there any way you can prepare yourself for the journey of motherhood ahead? My honest answer is no. But, trust me, it’s worth every frustrating situation and overwhelming experience. Four years back, her birth was the start of my journey of motherhood. When I first saw her, I forgot my pain, and every moment […]

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