“The cell phones have become adult’s transitional object, replacing the toddler’s teddy bear for comfort and a sense of belonging.” – Margaret Heffernan
Feeding children can be quite overwhelming and challenging. While doing our best one thing that comes to our mind is whether the kids are meeting their daily requirements or not…
Vitamin D is very important for a child’s growth. It helps in the strong development of bones, teeth and muscles. Since it is difficult to attain vitamin D fully through diet, the body usually relies on its own production which in turn is dependent on the sun’s action on the skin.
As the early mornings and evenings become nippy, and signals for the changing weather, it also brings an alarming increase in flu and cold among children. When your child is suffering from a cold and cough, then along with the child you also feel miserable.
As Delhi gets ready for winters, people specifically parents are worried as the skies are laden with thick gray clouds and heavy smog. Pollution levels have increased 10 times more than the safety limits, thereby labeling the city as a gas chamber.
Have a preschooler at home? Having a sane conversation with them is almost next to impossible. And not to forget there are many moments which come up while talking. You may have really challenging ones to amusing ones and to the ones where there are a lot of questions and exclamation marks on their little cute faces.
I am not a great fan of baby wipes. The reason for this is that these wipes along with sweet fragrances are laden with hidden chemicals which may be harmful to the baby’s sensitive skin. Which wipes do you prefer and are they laden with chemicals:
Tired of using chemical laden products for hair fall, which just lead to more hair fall? Take the 6-weeks challenge by Mama Earth and say hello to happy hair 🙂
In India people still feel that mental illness is a taboo and don’t want to talk about it. The mere mention of a psychologist or a psychiatrist or mental illness is enough to draw back a person from the doctor.