Mental health – An open letter to my children

Why do some deaths affect us more than the other? Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide has sent shockwaves across the country. It is being said that he killed himself because of mental health issues. He was apparently in depression and was under medication. He was a bright student, an astronomy enthusiast, a reader, an actor, a […]

How are preservative-free vaccines different from the other options?

I had never heard about preservative-free vaccinations till recently, had you? We just went to the clinic and got the vaccinations done, no questions asked. You might call this blind belief on our part, but I prefer to call it trust. For me, the pediatrician’s word is more trustworthy than Google.  So recently when we […]

5 Reasons why Mentalhood needs to be on your binge list

It is summer, all are home, so this must be a time for moms to chill right? Absolutely wrong! On the contrary, moms are facing mentalhood! You ask why? With corona scare turning very real and most of us being confined indoors, things are going crazy at home. Kids can’t stay still, husbands can’t work […]

Multiple vaccines are safe for babies – here’s what you should know

The other day I went to my pediatrician to get my 5-year-old vaccinated. The vaccination schedule showed a long list of 5 vaccinations to be done! I couldn’t bear to think about the kind of pain this would generate and how my kiddo would react to it. But when we went to the doctor, only […]

Mother Sparsh Wet Wipes

My Opinion of Mother Sparsh brand’s new launch of #SensitiveBabyWipes

Wet Wipes is something that every parent has in his/her bag. When they are babies we parents need it for daily cleaning while as they grow older we need wipes to ensure they keep their face and hands clean when outside. Though wipes offer simple and quick cleaning solutions, they also come with their share […]

8 positive sentences that taught my tween to think differently

8 Positive sentences that got my Tween to think differently

Tween or the between years can be a confusing time for your child. Positive sentences and reinforcement of positive thoughts can go a long way in helping them be more independent and strong mentally. It will also help them understand the world view better. Tween years From age 8 to 12 are considered the Tween […]