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If you’re new here, you may want to checkout our Latest Giveaways! Thank you for visiting!Not Yet! by Nandana Dev Sen is a beautiful bedtime story and bilingual book about a universal bedtime ritual. Having a toddler at home is like being in a red-alert zone of a volcano erupting with incessant energy. With the paltry…

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Hilarious, tongue-in-cheek and innovative, The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Eating Mangoes brilliantly combines the creativity of a children’s book with the quintessentially Indian obsession with mangoes.  When I was a child, I always looked forward to the mango season. My favorite mango was the Banganapalli. My parents loved the Himampasand but it was never my favorite. I…

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Ever wonder how many hours of sleep your child needs? Sleep habits are different in each family – based on the parents work hours and general habits of waking early or waking late. My personal experience has been that in the US my daughter’s bed time would be around 8 to 8:30 pm. On vacations…

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Camp cooking idea on your mind? All you need is a small backyard and tons of ingenuity. Have a spot of outdoor fun with our fun fireless and wireless camping idea! Camps are time to experiment the minimalist side of us and become creative in using what is available handy. We at Indian Moms Connect…

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Don’t miss Khari – Journeys Through Kachchh by Sujatha Padmanabhan and Shruthi Ramakrishna. It is one of the most spectacular reading journeys your child will ever take. Khari – Journeys through Kachchh by Sujatha Padmanabhan and Shruthi Ramakrishna and illustrated by Kalyani Ganapathy was first published in Gujarathi by Kalpavriksh to teach as part of localized environment…

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Tiger in My Soup by Kashmira Sheth is a wonderful and inventive book that will have the children squeal in delight! My son’s first ever exclusive tiger book, Tigers Forever! triggered his love for tigers, forcing me to search for more of its kind. Tiger In My Soup by Kashmira Sheth from Peach Tree Books was listed in Bank…

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Looking for a fabulous sensory spice activity for the summer? We think this wonderful idea works throughout the year!  Have you ever had an experience where your child has picked out those “black-black things” from their dal? Well, we decided it is time to come up close and personal with the pantry staple in every…

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This is a sponsored post. Remember the times when 70-80% marks were considered good enough for a pat on the back and a treat? When I was in school, a student scoring above 70% was practically living up to everything that was expected of him or her. Times have changed though. Today, there is so…

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If I Could Teach My Teacher by Sakshi Singh is a wonderful collection of poems that your children will love reading and reciting! Ever since I was a child, I simply loved poetry. My favorite poems when I was growing up were ‘Matilda’ by Hillaire Belloc, ‘Bells’ by Edgar Allen Poe, ‘Macavity’ by TS Eliot, and of…

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When we say paneer, the recipes that immediately come to mind are paneer butter masala, paneer tikka and matar paneer. But how about a simple stirfry? Yes, you can make simple matar paneer stir fry too. Today I am going to share this quick and easy kid-friendly matar paneer stir fry that I made in…

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It’s a Mom Thing: Kickass Parenting by Sathya Ramaganapathy will make you laugh till you cry! Beneath the hilarity and the brilliant writing, though, there are the intriguing stories about raising children that we will relate to and recognize immediately.  It’s a Mom Thing: Kickass Parenting by Sathya Ramaganapathy begins with a delightful spin on Jane…

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Time management strategies are essential for parents. We love how this mum has so many excellent ideas and we can all pick and choose the ones that work for us! People have often asked me how I manage so many things, like my full time job. On an average, I work average 12 hours a day. I…

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Looking for a parent infant program or a parent toddler program for you and your child? There are many of them around but here are 4 things to keep in mind when choosing one. It was in a mother-toddler program that my daughter stood up for the first time in her life. She was a toddler and hadn’t started walking…

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When to start potty training? Most parents wonder about this question. This mum has a few answers and some valid opinions! Read this only if you have a child still in diapers. If you do, you will have no qualms about reading about potty and peepee and the works. The reason I’m writing about this…