A perfect gift for a child is mostly a toy so you definitely cannot avoid them completely. They keep children busy but too many of them bring on a sense of overwhelm too. Children having too many toys have been linked to difficulty in focusing on one task, behavioural issues, less meaningful experiences and language delay. They even face emotional disconnect. So I’ve got the perfect solution for you, “The 10-Toy Rule”.
Kids still being home and studying online gives them alot of free time. Watching screens has become unavoidable unless a parent is ready to be involved all the time or enroll them into some or the other forms of classes to keep them engaged. After watching most of the animated movies and TV shows, when… Continue reading 10 Best Bollywood Movies To Watch With Your Kids
Hugging your closed ones makes your relationship better. We all know this for a fact! Neuro-economist Paul Zak, also known as "Dr. Love," recommends at least eight hugs a day to be happier and enjoy better relationships. Think about all the joy that you give your loved ones with each hug and the immense good feelings that you get. But did you know that hugs not only make us happy but also healthy in a physical, emotional and mental way. There are many known facts and treatments which include hugs as a part of the treatment or therapy.
The connection between the mother and her foetus is very crucial. Interaction between them on a daily basis should be given utmost importance. But what if a mother struggles to talk to her unborn baby? What if she is not able to express her feelings in the right words? It sometimes does get overwhelming as it is an important part for the unborn child’s mental health. So I had a chat with Dr Ankita Marjadi, the author of the book “Knock Knock Let’s Talk”. A book that pours your heart and soul into words that you would say want to say to your baby.
When a baby is crying, the first thing that will come to our mind is to carry the baby and soothe her by hugging and kissing. Rocking the baby and hushing while saying out loud that everything is okay. That’s parental instinct and it comes to us naturally.