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The Dengue Panic

The Dengue Panic

For months, the newspaper headlines screamed detailed details how Dengue was killing people, across ages. This induced more panic to the already panic-struck media worshippers. (Phew! Thankfully the media folks slowly have shifted their focus now to Narendra Modiji, comprehending Dengue has gathered its own "Popularity", its own way!) Being a mother of 3 children (Yes! You read it right!!!), I try to be vigilant about their safety and well-being, with whatever information I have gathered from my mother, mother-in-law, Facebook posts, Whatsapp forwards, my friends...and mostly Google! (The mother of all mothers!!!) My youngest child's abrupt “Fever and Sick Leave-Back to School-Fever and Sick Leave” pattern repeating for 3 consecutive times left me confused and worried, whether the “New-school-phobia” was inducing sickness or was it something else...
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After School Activities for Kids

After School Activities for Kids

After school the young minds need to be engaged in a comfortable yet stimulating environment. This allows the children to balance learning at school and home. Parents must plan time for homework help, to fun physical activities so that the children have a happy growth overall. Hectic Lives “Hectic” is how most young parents I know describe their everyday lives. Yet they really want to spend time with their children and help these brains grow. Few things should be kept in mind while spending time with our children. Brain Power Parents must help inspire the child to enjoy learning. They must provide experiences that develop the child’s ability to problem solve, observe, predict and explore cause and effect relationships. Parents must also provide time and support to complete homework and school projects. How do we do it? Building strong relationship with your child is the key...
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Nutrition in lunch box for Pre-schoolers

Nutrition in lunch box for Pre-schoolers

Power of breakfast: Mornings may be crazy, but breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast has an impact on our child’s metabolism. Kids who eat a healthy breakfast tend to eat healthier overall. They also do better in school, have an increased attention span and are more likely to participate in physical activities. At the same time healthy lunch box for school is equally important. Schools have opened after 2 months of summer break, for some kids (playgroup or pre-primary) it is their first time to school. Kids have a tough time going to school after long holidays.  Packing lunch box is another struggle. Mothers really hate to see food left in lunch boxes because the kids did not feel like eating it. Nutrition cannot be compromised too. It has to be TASTY and HEALTHY. WHAT TO PUT INTO THE LUNCH BOX OF MY LITTLE ONE?
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