9 tips to celebrate this NYE with kids: Ring in the New Year’s Eve with kids

Published on December 26, 2015


Now that you’ve have little ones on the ground, you will have to amend your style of New Year celebration. Not that you forfeit fun, instead you will have a simply memorable NYE with your kid. You just need to plan your party in such a way that it is a kid-friendly one. Break out…

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How to make a hungry caterpillar?

Published on December 23, 2015


All you need: Green or purple grapes, wooden skewers, mini chocolate chips, and a little bit of white frosting. This snack is as fun as it is health. Kids will love making and eating them. 1. Simply assemble about 10-12 medium sized grapes onto the skewer. This is your caterpillar body. (Place green and purple…

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Prepare your child’s immune system for this coming winter – 9 Simple tips

Published on December 10, 2015


Back are the days to keep you warm in those cozy wools. So the season of chills is around the corner. Whenever the weather changes, viral and bacterial infections spur up. This particularly takes a toll on the health of kids. It’s a great time to prepare your little one’s Immune system in order to…

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Use your kid’s old clothes to make a gushy Play Pillow

Published on December 2, 2015


Instead of getting rid of your kids favorite clothes, retain them. You can turn that favorite outgrown t-shirt into a very gushy play pillow! Instructions: Cut it across so you can get the biggest piece of fabric. Next, cut your front pattern piece from this fabric. For the back pattern piece, to cover a pillow…

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Butterfly Snack Pack – How to make it?

Published on November 20, 2015


For a change make your kid’s school snack pack adorable, for it will make them smile with glee! Here are easy and simple steps to make a Butterfly Snack Pack You’ll need : -Clothespins, Paint, Zip lock bags, Snack, Pipe cleaners and Googly eyes Instructions: Have your toddler paint the clothespin with his choice of…

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How to reduce the “thumb sucking habit” in children

Published on November 17, 2015


Worried of your child’s thumb sucking? This habit at its nastiest outgrows from infancy to childhood years. Where to draw a line? How much of it is deemed okay? Track the practice and understand whether it is really a habit. Some children do it out of mere boredom. This can be overcome by engaging them…

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