You cannot force food items on the kid. You need to understand your child’s preferences and tastes as well. I make it a point to involve my son in choosing his meals. This also gives me a chance to bond with him over food and provide him with the knowledge of grains, proteins, and nutrients that are vital for a healthy life.
At 14 months, your little one must be crawling on their hands and knees or scooting on the bums. Beginning to use a spoon and drinking from their sippy cups! Such a visual delight to watch them feed themselves using their thumbs and forefingers.
My mouth literally drools at the thought of it and I can’t help but wonder why my parents used to give me jaggery, especially during winters. The simple fact is that this natural sweetener offers a host of health benefits.
This tiranga tiffin recipe is yummy and healthy. Easy-to-make and quick to finish. We bet your little one's Republic Day celebration in school will be fantabulous!
It’s a regular affair with kids, you know, craving for sweets. Science backs it, so do our own childhood experiences. But, introducing low sugar foods in our kids' diet is not difficult. I'm sharing some of my sweet tips and tricks.
I remember the day my baby boy turned six months old. His nanny, a sweet old lady with the widest smile, walked triumphantly into the house, beaming ear to ear and said, “We can give him his first bite of solid food today! Madam, have you bought ragi?”
From refurbished classics and bedtime tales to innovative early learning and activity books, there’s something for every child. Just in case you’re on the lookout for storybooks for kids, look no further than this.
We are definitely taking a very-very traditional route but steering clear of rice. Here is a millet recipe with the goodness of Jowar (Sorghum), Kangni (Foxtail Millet) and Oats. Check out this easy yummy millet recipe which can be enjoyed by kids of all ages.
Gather your loved ones and settle around the holy fire. We are now ready to bid adieu to the freezing cold winter. And celebrate with laughter, dance and some yummy and healthy food.
When your munchkin turns one, they would be very busy moving around, developing skills and exploring new things. Next thing you know, they are mumbling words and gestures to communicate with you. So adorable!
Wow! An entire year has gone by, can you believe it? Now comes the birthday month! So, check out these ideal and yummy meal plans for your baby who is turning one.
Junking the Junk. Boost your baby’s immunity like a hulk. Check out this mommy boosting her baby's immunity during this ice-cold chilly season.