Most of us have wasted food at one point or the other, knowingly or unknowingly. You might have taken a lot on your plate than you could consume and then the leftover ended up in trash. Out of love, you served a few bites more than your child could finish and then they left it. What happens to all this food that is being spoiled or wasted?
As a parent when we think about teaching our kids to start collecting coins and eventually save money, we get them a piggy bank. Ever wondered why they are known only from the animal pig and not any other animal that a child may actually be fond of?
Be it a child or an adult, everyone likes to play games. With the current conditions of being at home most often and playing the same toys and board games can sometimes be boring for children. A small change can make a big difference. But like me, if you do not want to invest in anymore games and with the "currently unavailable" tag on shopping sites over everything a child requires as it is not considered into essentials, getting that change might be difficult. All you need is a pencil and paper and you are good to go.
It's the season of love and we all want to gift our little cupids a little something, firstly as a gift to let them know we love them so much and secondly to make them understand what love is all about. According to me, books on love, friendship, acceptance, generosity are great to read anytime… Continue reading 10 Children’s Books That Celebrate Love – Valentine’s Day
Can we ever keep two kids apart and tell them not to play with each other? Will that actually work? Will they ever listen to you?? "Friends Behind Walls" is a beautiful story on similar lines about childhood and the strong friendship bond that forms between Putti and Inu. Putti decides to spend his holidays… Continue reading Friends Behind Walls – Book Review