Communication is key is any relationship. Kids these days are way smarter than we were while growing up. Five-year olds know how to download apps from a play store. Seven-year olds are putting up awesome YouTube videos. A little older
The other day, when my colleague and I carried some work home from office. We were busy pouring through files and data when her ten-year-old son walked into the kitchen. He wanted his evening snack. My colleague told him exactly
Going for that tricky trek up the hill, making new friends at the park, climbing up a tress, learning to swim, eating something completely new, playing all sorts of fun games at birthday parties… All of this sounds so much
In the past few months, we have been helping you chart your journey of experiencing our online parenting program. We have been exploring all the videos from specific topics, telling you all about them, and nudging you to watch them.
I saw a wonderful TVC by Amul the other day. It shows young parents taking turns to wake up early in the morning to get their son ready for school. It’s a sweet little story that begins by showing enthusiastic
There are bound to be setbacks in lives. It is inevitable. However, it is hard for us to imagine our kids facing failure. We need to remember that it is impossible for everyone to be the best at everything. Once
It’s that time of the year across the country! The beloved monsoons and well and truly here, drenching every weekend with downpours and bringing alive all of the lush greenery around. Many kids loving getting drenched and playing in
All parents face challenging and confusing situations in their parenting journey. None of us have it all figured out. We all need a guiding light from time to time. That’s why we have the Q&A section on our website. It
The challenges of a single parent are myriad. From single-handedly doing everything for your child, you also constantly face the dilemma of whether you are doing enough and if you are doing things right. In this, not being able to
“There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who run away from problems and those who solve them.” Which kind do you want your kids to be? 3 Steps to Raise Your Child as A Problem Solver 1.