When Do Babies Smile?

When Do Babies Smile?

When we become parents for the first time, we want to know everything before it happens. We want to know about every weekly milestone before

Why Does My Baby Have a Weird Shaped Head?

Why Does My Baby Have a Weird Shaped Head?

Have you ever contemplated if your baby has a weird shaped head? If you’re a first-time parent, it is impossible for you not to have

How Are Babies Made and Other Questions Kids Ask

How Are Babies Made and Other Questions Kids Ask

Are you even a parent if your child has never asked you awkward questions that stupified you for a minute? Exactly. Are you prepared for

Favorite TV Shows for Kids 2-5 Years Old

Favorite TV Shows for Kids 2-5 Years Old

I have searched so many times for the perfect TV shows to show my child. I’m sure you must have as well. After 2 years

Raising Babies in the COVID-19 Era

Raising Babies in the COVID-19 Era

My son Azlaan was born in October 2019. He was less than six months old when the COVID-19 scare became real, lockdown was imposed, and

About ScratchJr – A Conversation with The Super Creative Coding Mama

About ScratchJr – A Conversation with The Super Creative Coding Mama

Do you want your children to know the importance of logic, strategy, and creativity from an early age? I do too and that’s why I

From The Diary of a Second-time Mommy

From The Diary of a Second-time Mommy

When I became a mother for the first time more than four years ago, I was always under pressure to be perfect. It’s not like

Why You Should Get The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

Why You Should Get The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

We got our first 7 Habits of Happy Kids book as a present more than two years ago. It was a thin paperback called “Just

Raising Tolerant Children: The Importance of Teaching Tolerance

Raising Tolerant Children: The Importance of Teaching Tolerance

I have been keen on raising tolerant children since Zaviar, my firstborn, came into this world. The world we live in today needs a lot

What is Considered an Unsafe Environment for a Child?

What is Considered an Unsafe Environment for a Child?

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about what is considered an unsafe environment for a child? Is it predators

Letter to my second child

Letter to my second child

I was so apprehensive when I was pregnant with you. Would I be able to love you as much as I love my firstborn? Would

LeapFrog LeapReader Review: The Best Educational Toy

LeapFrog LeapReader Review: The Best Educational Toy

This LeapFrog LeapReader review has been way overdue. My son got the LeapFrog LeapReader for his second birthday. I simply stuffed it in the cupboard

Raising readers: Your child’s first step into reading

Raising readers: Your child’s first step into reading

I’ve been wanting to write about this for quite a while now. My husband and I had been thinking about teaching my four-year-old how to

How to mold your man into the perfect husband

How to mold your man into the perfect husband

Isn’t it every woman’s dream? To mold her husband to fit every ideal she has ever had in her mind. To make him the perfect

Potty training boys: How to train your child in one day

Potty training boys: How to train your child in one day

Potty training is always the elephant in the room as soon as your child learns how to walk and talk, sometimes even before that. You

A letter to my firstborn on the birth of my second child

A letter to my firstborn on the birth of my second child

Throughout my pregnancy, I wondered how I would love another child as much as you. You made me a mother. Also, you were the perfect

Raising Sensitive Boys: Shattering the “Boys Will Be Boys” Concept

Raising Sensitive Boys: Shattering the “Boys Will Be Boys” Concept

Conversations with your little ones can evoke a million emotions in you especially when you are raising sensitive boys. There is somehow a stigma around

Let your children believe in Magic

Let your children believe in Magic

I had an interesting conversation with my three-year-old today. I asked him what he wanted to be when he grows up since he changes his

Boys and the “I don’t like pink” syndrome

Boys and the “I don’t like pink” syndrome

What do you do when your three-year-old shows signs of “I don’t like pink” syndrome? You tell him “But Ama and Baba love pink!” When

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