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Monthly Archives: February 2013

  • 8 Bedtime Routines for your Child

    As the day winds down to an end, you are possibly as exhausted as your baby is. Exhaustion makes you snappy and your baby cranky. It is when most parents try to impatiently force their babies to sleep so that they get a couple of hours of quiet for themselves. Following this routine regularly not only ensures that your baby sleeps more peacefully but also makes you feel a proud parent. 1. Release the Energy Continue Reading

  • 5 lessons from Ramayana

    The beauty of the wonderful epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata is that they have something to offer to whoever is reading them, irrespective of their age.  So read the epics to your child, maybe split into short portions, like a bedtime story. Even if your child knows the “story” try weaving it around “lessons” he can relate to in his life. This will enable him to see the epic as more than a mere story. 1. Continue Reading

  • 10 Ways to Increase Your Child’s Vocabulary

    As your baby continues to grow, he or she becomes more and more curious about the surroundings. They are eager to name the objects. They will try the sound of the words they hear by rolling them on their tongues. Often you will find your baby repeating the word he has just heard without even grasping the meaning of it. For example, if your toddler has heard the word ‘office’ for the first time you Continue Reading

  • 7 Tips to Get Your Child to Listen to You

    “My child just doesn’t listen”.  This is one of the top rating complaints parents have about kids. What do you do when you have a child who just will not listen to what you have to say? In most cases, the answer is pretty straight forward. Practice what you preach. Stop for a moment and think about whether you really listen to your child. Chances are that you are as bad as the child when Continue Reading