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If you’re new here, you may want to checkout our Latest Giveaways! Thank you for visiting!Cross posted here R is at an age, when she should have come out of the tantrum, no-no- no- no- I- wont stage..unfortunately, the brat doesnt seem to have come out of it….. RD: R, come lets take a bath while…

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I got this book Eecha poocha from Kitab Khana when we had gone for the reading of ‘The Sweetest Mango’. Published by Tulika, this book is a Malayalam tale retold by Kala Shashikumar with illustrations done by Ashok Rajgopalan…This books is coded under the wordbird books by Tulika which means that you get to learn…

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When there is bread at home, and kids are not ready to finish them before the expiry date? Do you want to involve the kids in the cooking process, here is a way.. Ingredients: 6-8 bread slices sugar 1 cup oil for deep fry milk as required cardamom( optional) Process: Make the dough by combining…

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Part 1 is here. When and How did you start Solid food for baby? Some more answers. Keep writing in! : indianmomsconnect@gmail.com From Sujatha: About Sujatha: I am a working mom of two kids. My elder one(boy) is 4.5 yrs old and younger one(girl) is 9 months old. I started giving solid foods when my kid…

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Keeping an active toddler busy and out of trouble is a task in itself. Especially if you are stuck at home because of the weather. This activity provides loads of fun for a long time and you can make it educational if you want. What you need: 1. Muffin Pan (You could even use those…

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Another Pratham Books publication. This one again has been written and illustrated by Madhuri Purandare  Again, the girl’s name is Anu and its about her Daddy’s mustache. Its an interesting book especially for R whose dad doesnt have a mustache. We loved the way, in the book, the daily routine of her dad is described.…

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Do you wonder how much your child remembers from the trip you took to the children’s museum or aquarium that weekend? Research says that children remember visits to the museums or aquariums better if they draw and recount their experiences at the same time. They remembered more facts when they narrated their experience and were drawing at…

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What do you do when you end up with a couple of chapathis from lunch that no one wants to have for dinner? Well, I make Noodles out of them… My daughters liked it a lot and it’s healthier than the packaged noodles that is made of Maida. Try it and I’m sure it will…

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How and when did you start potty training for your child? From Ashreyamom: I am an Architect by profession, working for an Govt. organization in India.Living away from my husband because of  my job location and have stayed more with MIL and daughter(bunty), than hubby . I love writing, painting, reading and cooking. When bunty was…

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How do you teach your kids to help out or rather be independent? There are loads of ways, you can do it of course, and every parent has a different approach, but here are a few things that work between R and I. 1. Encourage your child Even if it takes time or requires extra…

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We gifted R a set of 8 books for Pratham Books for Rs.240…Trust me, 8 super books for Rs.240 is a steal..which is why I am a big fan of Pratham books 🙂 I will try and review one book each week. For this week, I start with Aunty Jui’s Baby. Madhuri Purandare has done…

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Please welcome the absolutely super talented mother of twins Seema Abbas onto the IMC website. She will try and do a regular feature ‘Food Friday’. For more recipes by her, visit her food blog http://amchibong.wordpress.com/ Now in her words, I was pretty excited when R’s Mom asked me if I would be interested in contributing…

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Cross posted here  R and I are walking from our BEST ka bus stop to her school bus ka bus stop. It rained like for 3.4567 seconds in our area after which the sun went behind the clouds. R: Amma, aaj sun kyun nahi aya (Amma, why didnt the sun come today) RM: Aya toh hai (its there na) R: With her…

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Here is a good resource that talks about postpartum hair loss. I, for one, definitely experienced hair loss. It started at around 3 months and stopped around 6 months post partum. My mother’s solution was to oil your hair every day and eat good food. Following that did not really help me much. My solution was…