Health & Wellness, Kids

How To Care For Umbilical Hernia in Babies

Umbilical Hernia is very common in babies younger than 6 months of age. It appears as a bulge or swelling around the belly button. My daughter’s cord stump fell on the 10th day after she was born. After a few days, we noticed a bulge around her belly. Instead of belly button settling in, it was protruding… Read More How To Care For Umbilical Hernia in Babies

Health & Wellness, Kids

Gag Reflex in Toddlers and Children – Causes And Prevention

We all are born with the gag reflex. It’s our body’s first automatic response to protect from choking. If your toddler gags while eating food then it may be because of his sensitive gag reflex. This can be very stressful for parents and tormenting for children. Gag reflex may make your child disinterested in food… Read More Gag Reflex in Toddlers and Children – Causes And Prevention

Parenting

Is Your Child Lying? – Causes and What Can You Do Stop Them From Lying

There is an age-old song that we know and even our grandparents and probably their grandparents do. You’ll be surprised to know that this song teaches our children lying and also that lying is OK. “Telling a lie, no papa Open your mouth, ha! ha! ha!” Surprised? Well, if you ask your child about eating… Read More Is Your Child Lying? – Causes and What Can You Do Stop Them From Lying

Travel

Ultimate Road Trip Travel Tips and Hacks for Moms

Hey pretty mummas!! I have just returned from a road trip of 11 days covering 4500kms (approx 2800 miles) and crossing 6 states. It was marvellous and tiring, of course. Without being modest, I totally pat my and my husband, Sumit’s back for doing this. We planned for this trip in two days, packed and… Read More Ultimate Road Trip Travel Tips and Hacks for Moms

Motherhood, Parenting

5 Things To Say To Your Kids At Bedtime

There are five things that you must say to your child at bedtime every night. They will make your bond stronger and help in building a great relationship with your kid. I love bedtime!! It gives me time for myself after kids have slept and also it’s the best time to talk and bond with… Read More 5 Things To Say To Your Kids At Bedtime

Motherhood, Parenting

Pretty Mumma’s #TopTen Part 5 – Blogs That New Moms Must Read

Hey pretty mummas!! When we become mothers our minds are always full of doubts. We are constantly looking for information and advices related to babies, and sometimes related to us. I remember that when Miss D was born and I became a new mother, whatever time I was left with in the day or at night, I… Read More Pretty Mumma’s #TopTen Part 5 – Blogs That New Moms Must Read

Books, Parenting

#TopTen Part 4: Books To Read To Your Preschooler

Raising readers is a joy! However, there are too many distractions today that outweigh their desire to read – smartphones being the main culprits. Without proper assistance and guidance, they will always prefer the animations and sounds of a mobile to the quiet pleasure of reading. Learning to read is a sequential process. Step by… Read More #TopTen Part 4: Books To Read To Your Preschooler

Parenting

7 Values Your Kids Can Learn During Diwali

Diwali is a time full of excitement, celebration and happiness. It not only brings joy to our homes but also brings families together. Every year we wait for this time of year to celebrate this biggest festival with togetherness, laughter, good food, dressing up and making memories that last for our lifetime. Amongst all the festive… Read More 7 Values Your Kids Can Learn During Diwali

Family, Kids

My First Year Adventures

Hey, Y’all! How’s it goin’? So, my mom has been writing stories from past few days. However, I realised that all she’s been writing was about her! So, I just sent her to clean the mess I made. And while she is at it let me tell you about the things that I did before… Read More My First Year Adventures

Kids, Parenting

Little People, Big Emotions

Life is full of chaos these days. As adults, sometimes it becomes difficult to identify, understand and cope with our emotions. And often we can’t recognise what we’re really feeling. Our coping mechanism makes us ignore our feelings or pretend they don’t exist. In worst case scenario we turn to unhealthy habits like Emotional Eating,… Read More Little People, Big Emotions