Category Archives: Parenting

How single parenting affects college students

Growing up in a single-parent family places you at a more educational disadvantage today than it did around 40 years ago, as claimed by a new study. According to a paper published in last week, academic journal Education Next teenagers living in single-parent families had completed fewer 1.32 years of schooling than their friends of two-parent families. For 24-year-olds who ... Read More »

Expecting a twin or other multiples?

 Here’s how to take good care of yourself and your babies Authored by Dr. Bharati Kamoji, Sr. Consultant – Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Aster CMI Hospital Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful journeys in women’s life. Sometimes a twin or triplet pregnancy just happens and it can be a surprise for expecting parents. It is common to feel anxious, scared ... Read More »

When the baby is in the NICU – Guidelines for parents

The rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic has caused particular concern for pregnant women and newborns. The phase is challenging, but for parents, there might be a small positive ray of hope. There are many factors, which influence premature births, and getting a new life by fighting against all odds is a miracle. NICU is like an artificial womb where hardly any ... Read More »

How divorce affects the healthy development of children

Divorce is a heavily coined word for many. The emotional bond, mental and financial stability, and many other positive things for which a couple takes nuptial vows come to a standstill when one or both the persons involved in a marriage called off for a divorce. Not only it cast a shadow in their own relationship but it also creates ... Read More »

How to engage your toddlers in different activities

If you have toddlers at home, you would agree to the fact that loves to spend their time sitting on a couch in front of some sort of screen. Instead of going for any outdoor activity or playing a board game, they prefer to play games online. In many cases, slowly gradually digital devices are stealing childhood and innocence from ... Read More »

Is Santa real?

Christmas is the time for gifts, cookies, decorations, and lots more interesting and fun stuff. And of course, there’s Santa to add some extra excitement to the celebrations. Santa is loved and adored by kids and they almost wait the entire year for his arrival. Even as kids are fascinated by Santa, many kids are curious and may want to ... Read More »

10 Disney-like castles you need to know about

Fairytales come in all shape, size and colour. Are you also fond of a good princess tale, handsome prince, fairy godmothers and all? If so, you might have visited the castles at Disneyland. To give you an extra dose of imagination other than the Disney castles we have put together 10 Disney-like castles around the world. Neuschwanstein, Germany Being less ... Read More »

5 best places to go with kids in the USA

The USA is full of exciting and fun things to enjoy. With different cities providing different opportunities, it’s normal for people to get confused while choosing the best place to go with their kids. To help you make your kid offer unique experiences, we’ve put together a list of 5 best places to go with kids in the USA. Disney ... Read More »

5 Habits That Get in the Way of Your Child’s Learning

Every parent strives to provide the best education possible for their children. They aspire that their children achieve great academic success, which in turn would mould them into better professionals. However, not every child might be able to achieve tremendous success in academics, which could be a cause of concern for parents. Despite referring to the same set of study ... Read More »

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